We looked inside some of the tweets by @reidepstein and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Joe Biden in DSM with doubts about Medicare for All: "It may be as good, you may like it as well, it may or may not, but the transition of dropping 300 million people on a totally new plan, I think is a little risky at this point.” w/@abbygoodnough
The Q2 fundraising figures so far: Buttigieg: $24.8 million Biden: 21.5 Warren: 19.1 Sanders: 18 Harris: 12 ... Inslee: 3 Castro: 2.8 Bennet: 2.8 Yang 2.8 Gillibrand 2.3 Bullock 2 Hickenlooper: 1.15 Ryan .9 The big mystery: Beto O'Rourke
Your AM deep read: me and @SherylNYT spent month examing Biden's school desegregation record. What we learned -- while he never opposed voluntary efforts that Kamala Harris enjoyed, his anti-busing advocacy was more sweeping than he currently describes.
Asked Bernie if it's fair to put Biden in same category as insurance, pharma cos."The charge that he’s making is exactly what the Rs are saying.” On Biden's emphasis on bipartisanship: “Maybe Joe is thinking about what existed in Congress 30 years ago"
VP saw 384 men sleeping inside fences, on concrete w/no pillows or mats. They said they hadn’t showered in weeks, wanted toothbrushes, food. Stench was overwhelming. CBP said they were fed regularly, could brush daily & recently got access to shower (many hadn’t for 10-20 days.)
NEW: Falling in Iowa & outraised by @ewarren, @BernieSanders allies + advisers want him to lean more into his bio, train his fire on....@JoeBiden “I do think he’s going to have to draw a contrast with the vice president,” sez @RoKhanna w @melbournecoal
Pete Buttigieg is proposing plans to dismantle “racist structures and systems” in govt; his goals include major changes sought by liberal criminal justice reform groups, and in some cases conservative groups as well. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/11/us/politics/pete-buttigieg-racism.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share … via @nytimes
Meanwhile, Eric Swalwell ends his presidential campaign after 91 days. With Tom Steyer now running, we still have a couple months before we can say every 2020 Democrat in the race has eclipsed Scott Walker's 71 days in the 2016 presidential campaign.