Cory Booker

Cory Booker


U.S. senator from New Jersey and Democratic candidate for president. Most tweets (and typos) are mine, some are my team’s.

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I can think of no better leader than @JoeBiden  to guide us through these uncertain times. He is a good, decent man with a servant's heart who believes that our best days still lie ahead. Now we unite around our new President, stand with him, and pray for his success.

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Officer Brian Sicknick is a hero who sacrificed his life in defense of our country. It is a grievous tragedy that he is no longer with us. We must honor his heroism and hold accountable those responsible for this heinous crime.

I am so glad to have @ReverendWarnock , @AlexPadilla4CA  & @ossoff  as my newest colleagues. Honored to serve with these strong, principled leaders in what is now a Democratic-controlled Senate.

I've waited a long time to say this: Mitch McConnell is no longer Senate Majority Leader.

It was very cold out today. It was -45.

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It was deeply reassuring to see Dr. Fauci back in the White House Briefing Room. Science and truth are now at the forefront.

Congratulations to @LloydAustin  on his historic confirmation as our country's first Black Defense Secretary. I'm eager to work with him and his team on addressing our top national security challenges.

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I miss Obama, and I miss her husband too. #DemConvention 

A pardon is supposed to be an instrument of justice—not a tool of corruption.

It is beyond appalling that the President saw fit to refer to my sister @KamalaHarris as a "monster." These dehumanizing attacks against women of color from our nation's highest office holder can never be tolerated. The racism and misogyny directed at Kamala must stop now.

The president is weak. And wrong. White supremacy is not a mental illness, and guns are a tool that white supremacists use to fulfill their hate.

Wearing a mask is not a surrender of liberty. It is an affirmation of love.

I asked Amy Coney Barrett today if she believes every president should make a commitment to the peaceful transition of power. She wouldn't answer my question. That's profoundly concerning for a judge who aspires to join our nation's highest court.

What you do matters. What you say matters. No matter how big the fight Or inevitable the conclusion seems Stand up. Speak up. Wrong, temporarily victorious Is never greater than Right, forever vigilant.

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