We looked inside some of the tweets by @chrislhayes and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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102. in category Broadcast Star
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Tomorrow, the paperback edition of A Colony in a Nation comes out! https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-colony-in-a-nation-chris-hayes/1123922415?ean=9780393355420#/ … There's a new Afterword titled "What We Talk About When We Talk About Crime", which is about Donald Trump and the politics of "law and order"
good discussion from @JWMason1 on when public goods should be directly provisioned https://jwmason.org/slackwire/public-options-general-case/ …
Again, @SenWarren comes up with an important proposal, highly responsive to the moment. In this case, to make quality child care much more affordable to low- & middle-inc HHs. Figure shows what an outlier we are in this space. Excellent @CitizenCohn take: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/elizabeth-warren-universal-child-care-proposal_n_5c688f3ae4b01757c36c2511 …
Wow. Roger Stone just filed an apology with the US District Court in DC apologizing for the Instagram post he made about Judge Amy Berman Jackson.
The new http://va.gov looks waaaayyyyyy better and so much more user friendly.
At $70 billion/year, Warren’s universal child care program would cost roughly what Congress added casually to the Pentagon budget with no debate or even rationale
The indictment against Mitch McConnell before the court of history is long, and @AJentleson is an able prosecutor.
Does the IRS have the capacity to collect the taxes it’s owed by rich people? On this week’s #WITHpod, @chrislhayes talks to ProPublica’s @eisingerj about the efforts of Republicans, corporate interests and big donors to gut the agency. https://on.msnbc.com/2DKHN3h
Re-upping this from last night on the meaning of the border wall
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) last month cautioned Trump against a national emergency, saying he didn't want a Democratic prez to "build transgender bathrooms in every elementary school in America." Today, he's fully on-board.
This “national emergency” is a fabricated crisis, and CA will not stand for it. I’ll be talking about President Trump’s pointless border wall at 5 pm PST on @chrislhayes.
“the undisputed core”
Rage-elipticaling while listening to the latest #WITHpod about our (purposefully) broken IRS system and trying not to scream, “HOW CAN YOU CLAIM TO LOVE YOUR COUNTRY IF YOU’RE NOT WILLING TO HELP FUND IT!”
Don't forget that Trump didn't just say Mexico would pay for the wall--he had a very specific plan. And it was bonkers! Through rules, he would use an anti-terror bank regulation to block remittances to Mexico, and then tell Mexico that for "$5-billion" he'd rescind the rule. https://twitter.com/PeterWStevenson/status/1083445302508642304 …
It was on his website and it was by far the most detailed policy position they produced.
Tune in tonight at 8 p.m. ET. for an exclusive interview with California Governor .@GavinNewsom where he'll talk to @chrislhayes about California’s plan to sue Donald Trump over his declaration of a National Emergency #exclusive #inners
Chris Hays and Beto say hello after the concert in El Paso.
This was a trip.