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"One notable takeaway from the destruction of the balloon was the extraordinary unanimity about the need to pop it." Under the shift on China, there's so much noise and nonsense. Today's Morning Shots from @SykesCharlie: morningshots.thebulwark.com/…
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"The Bulwark’s Shield of the Republic podcast is our hidden gem. This week Eric Edelman and Eliot Cohen interviewed Bob Kagan and its one of the best hours of conversation I’ve ever heard-- [thebulwark.com/podcast-episo…]. You should subscribe. It’s free!" open.substack.com/pub/thetri…
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Absolutely incredible! #ShervinHajipour WINS Grammy Award in the category of “Best Song for Social Change” for “Baraye,” the anthem for the #IranRevolution. This is a huge victory for the courageous people of Iran and for #WomanLifeFreedom
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"A majority of Democrats now think one term is plenty for President Biden...That’s according to a new poll from Associated Press that shows just 37% of Democrats say they want him to seek a second term, down from 52% before last year’s midterm elections." apnews.com/article/ap-norc-p…
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A short thread: What if we had a Republican Party that behaved like a loyal opposition? What if leading Republicans in Congress, and prominent Republicans who'd served in the previous administration, cared more about weakening President Xi than attacking President Biden?
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Groundbreaking survey by @gamaanresearch on Iranian attitudes toward the nationwide protests in Iran.” 158,000+ Iranians inside #Iran and 42,000+ outside Iran were asked “Islamic Republic: Yes or No?” 81% of respondents inside #Iran responded “No” to the Islamic Republic 🧵🧵
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Bill Kristol retweeted
Big @WSJ story today — “Customs records show Chinese state-owned defense companies shipping navigation equipment, jamming technology, and fighter-jet parts to sanctioned Russian government-owned defense companies.” wsj.com/articles/china-aids-…
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Baerbock follows up with another jibe against Scholz: "They warned me after this week: please, no jokes about the chancellor. And above all: please, no gaffes. But you only avoid gaffes if you don't say anything. And some apparently do that better than I do."
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German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock accepts carnival season prize and jokes: "I wanted to come as a l/Leopard. But then I was afraid the chancellery would for weeks not grant me permission to travel."
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Lithuania is only 3 million people, but this week we crowdfunded 6 million euros to buy air defence systems for Ukraine. 🇱🇹💕🇺🇦 No sign of fatigue here. We will stand with Ukraine until victory is achieved.
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"It was a very joyous occasion when Ben-Gurion read the Declaration...He left. He went to deal with the impending military invasion. In his diary, he wrote, 'At 4:00 PM we declared independence. The nation was jubilant, but I mourn amidst the rejoicers.'" conversationswithbillkristol…
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A short thread: What if we had a Republican Party that behaved like a loyal opposition? What if leading Republicans in Congress, and prominent Republicans who'd served in the previous administration, cared more about weakening President Xi than attacking President Biden?
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2. Yes, Republicans would raise questions about the Administration's handling of the balloon. They'd say they looked forward to learning more from key defense and intelligence officials about what happened and why, and that they reserved the right to criticize President Biden.
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3. But they would emphasize this point: Even if Biden could have done more, that the balloon mission was a failure and an embarrassment for the Xi regime. That it was a foolish act--perhaps even an act of desperation--by Xi and his cronies.
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4. Republicans would say that surely the Chinese military was tired of being embarrassed by actions ordered by Xi. That the Chinese people deserved better than a regime that deprived and brutalized them and instead poured resources into a pointless military competition with us.
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5. That both parties in the United States--whatever their differences--are united against reckless acts on the part of Xi and his cronies, and that both Republicans and Democrats look forward to the day when the Chinese people have the free and democratic government they deserve.
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6. That's what a loyal opposition would say. END
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Dems and Dem leaning independents: Would you like the Democratic Party to nominate Biden for a second term in 2024, or would you like the Party to nominate someone other than Biden? Nominate someone other than Biden: 2/1/23: 58%-31% 9/21/22: 56%-35% washingtonpost.com/politics/…
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