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@theathletichq  wanted people to have something to read during these odd times, so they asked each writer to pick their favorite story. Then they unlocked them through Tues. I picked this one I wrote in February abo @DaleJrt  . It's free to read:

This is, among other things, a pretty clear case study in how Bloomberg's philanthropic empire helps him offset or paper over unsavory or controversial aspects of his political record – a longstanding pattern @nkulish  and I wrote about in February

Conway: In particular, as Josh Rogin wrote, impeachment notwithstanding, “throughout January and much of February, senior Trump administration officials heatedly debated the scope and scale of the coronavirus pandemic.” @realDonaldTrump  @senatemajldr 

@AllCharisma  I just found the spec Buffy script I wrote in February 1998. It got my my first job. Has the great Cordelia line: "If looks could kill, I'd be the slayer." 😂

Read this, I promise, you'll thank me. I wrote the following in early February after my trip to Europe, which started in Switzerland and concluded in Northern Italy (Venice to be exact). Yes, the part of Italy that today is devastated by coronavirus.

"Democrats have dangerously and intentionally misled the American people on #Coronavirus  readiness," @SenatorLoeffler ] wrote in a tweet on February 28, two days after her husband's first ICE stock sales."

“As for Burr, who is chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, on February 7, he co-wrote an op-ed assuring the United States was better prepared than ever before to face coronavirus,” reports @LisaDNews 

The stocks were sold in mid-February, days after Burr, R-N.C. and chairman of the Intelligence Committee, wrote an opinion piece for Fox News suggesting that the United States was “better prepared than ever before” to confront the virus.

In February, CPJ Executive Director@Joelcpj  wrote that tit-for-tat retaliation between the U.S. and China is exactly how not to fight Chinese propaganda. (Via @CJR  )

"[S]eeking to regulate or control Chinese state media in [the U.S.] is likely to be counterproductive because it turns journalists into diplomatic pawns... " CPJ Executive Director@Joelcpj  wrote in February, via @CJR  .

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Here’s a little teaser of "Do You Remember", a song I wrote for the film which is out everywhere on February 22. Can't wait for you to hear it. . #FightingWithMyFamily 

214 House Dems wrote to @senatemajldr  today demanding he call the Senate back into session to pass bipartisan background check bills sent by the House in February. Senator McConnell: if you refuse to lead, at least have the decency to get out of the way before more Americans die.

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Exclusive: Donald Trump asked James Comey to end the Michael Flynn inquiry in February, Comey wrote in a memo then

"On February 19, 2018, the day after the New York Times wrote a detailed story attributing the payment to Cohen and describing Cohen as the President's 'fixer,' Cohen received a text message from the President's personal counsel that stated, "Client says thanks for what you do."

In mid February, 1968, the band were in Rishikesh, India. Aside from meditating, they wrote many songs whilst there.

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"When I wrote, back in February, that I was skeptical that President Donald Trump would ever be proved to have secretly colluded with Russia to sway the 2016 election in his favor, I mistyped."

Prakash Tripathi wrote on the NM App- "1st February is the death anniversary of Kalpana Chawla. She left us in the Columbia space shuttle mishap, but not without becoming a source of inspiration for millions of young people the world over”. #MannKibaat 

I wrote this in February because of clues that Trump’s team learned Nixon’s lesson & could pursue a *slow motion* Saturday Night Massacre. The next massacre may not announce itself, may appear legal at first, and it may not even directly target Mueller...

3. The phrase "central casting" is a Trump signature. He uses it constantly. MSNBC wrote about that last February. His fondness for the phrase has been noted multiple times in the NYT

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In February, 1996 I wrote a memo telling my fellow reporters how to use a new technology. A colleague cleaning out his desk just found it

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