We looked inside some of the tweets by @susannecraig and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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in case your timeline isn't already full of people urging you to read this @jenvalentino blockbuster: A few years ago, police using a mass surveillance dragnet that we all helped build would have been unthinkable. In 2019, it's a common technique
We’re always on the hunt for more information on Trump’s taxes and his financial condition. Here’s a secure way to get documents and tips to The Times. Snail mail also works: 620 8th Avenue NYC 10018. Please retweet. https://www.nytimes.com/tips
Just Posted: Maryanne Trump Barry, President Trump’s older sister, faced accusations of judicial misconduct over her role in the fraudulent tax schemes reported by The Times. She decided to retire, making her immune from misconduct proceedings.
Any good story should include a poodle on tranquilizers, mysterious millionaires, rats, voodoo, a sad violinist, a therapist, "mindless hell," Jack Lemmon sipping tea, Schopenhauer, or a murdered tree. Congrats to @DavidMargolick who went ten for ten!!
House Democrat Demands Six Years of Donald Trump’s Tax Returns From the I.R.S. - 2013 to 2018. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/03/us/politics/mueller-report-subpoena-house.html …
One to Watch: Representative Elijah Cummings says Donald Trump’s long-time accounting firm has indicated it will comply with a request to turn over financial info about the president if sent a subpoena. “And we’ll get them a subpoena,” Cummings said.
At 9:38 p.m. last Monday, I got a call from 212-206-7587, a Manhattan Verizon store. It was Michael Avenatti, who had just made bail. Even after he'd been charged with extortion, bank fraud and wire fraud, his impulse was to turn to the press. (1/6)
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"I can't breathe. I have asthma. Don't do this": The chilling last moments of Khashoggi's life and other new details from @IgnatiusPost. Among the revelations: some of the hit team was trained in the US, possibly by Arkansas-based Tier 1 Group.
EXCLUSIVE: Scientists at Interior Depart spent several years-& thousands of hours-studying impact 3 pesticides have on endangered species. Their conclusion: more than 1,200 at jeopardy. Then release of their report was blocked, in part by David Bernhardt.
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