@nytimes
The New York Times
6 days ago
Republicans in the Pennsylvania who remain devoted to Donald Trump also say they are less swayed by his guidance: In a race that could determine control of the Senate, many are leaning away from Dr. Mehmet Oz, who Trump has endorsed.
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@RodBamberry
Rod Bamberry
6 days ago
@nytimes Great News!
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@realworldrj
domestic infant supply chain manager
6 days ago
@nytimes If this was Dems it’d be billed as them being in disarray
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@delouche
Delouche
6 days ago
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@LibelousAWB
Andrew Bailey
6 days ago
@nytimes The Pennsylvania. Y'all got an editor?
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@mjkass383
MK
6 days ago
@nytimes Another focus article about R’s in rural counties. How about a focus on the D’s in the non-rust belt counties? You know the places where people are actually moving to
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@charlie_mas
(((Charlie Mas)))
6 days ago
@nytimes I love the way they blame his advisors and the "people around him" whenever they disagree with him. They are so convinced that he and they think exactly alike that any differences of opinion must be due to "someone giving him bad advice", and not really differing opinions.
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@PabloSixty
Pablo Sixty
6 days ago
@nytimes For my friends in PA. Mehmet Oz refuses to give up his Turkish citizenship. He served in their military, is paid millions by Turkish airlines, votes in their elections, is cozy with their dictator, and even adopts the regimes line of denying the Armenian genocide.
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@carinaleegee
Carina
6 days ago
@nytimes Oh, is PA so important these days that we’re now calling it THE Pennsylvania?
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@onegoldentweets
onegoldentweets πŸ•πŸŒˆπŸ’™πŸ’›
6 days ago
@carinaleegee @nytimes Lol, there is someone who tails NYT posts and edits their writers on the spot. The editor must be taking a coffee break. β˜• @nyttypos
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