David Nakamura

David Nakamura


Washington Post reporter.

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Trump who? Senate GOP candidates in tight races avoid any mention of the president in campaign ads. @seungminkim 

The ‘woe-is-me’ president: Trump has cast himself as the blameless victim of a deadly pandemic, stalled economy, racial unrest—all of which happened to him rather than the country. via @AshleyRParker ⁩ @PhilipRucker ⁩ @jdawsey1 ⁩

FedEx tells Washington Redskins it will remove signage on stadium six years before lucrative naming rights deal expires if name isn’t changed -- says name could harm company's brand and is inconsistent with more inclusive society.

Tucker Carlson's top writer who posted to racist message boards was featured in a 2017 Washington Post Date Lab article during which he referenced a meme from the board. ⁦via @oliverdarcy ⁩

WaPo op-Ed board calls Trump’s commutation of Roger Stone’s sentence “one of the most nauseating instances of corrupt government favoritism the United States has ever seen.”

Trump dons mask in public for the first time, months after public health experts said everyone should @ToluseO 

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Just saw Marine leave station outside West Wing meaning @potus  has left too. Offices empty, Obama photos off walls.

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World leaders are walking shoulder to shoulder along the Champs Elysses but Trump arrived separately and isn’t participating in this.

French President Macron: "Patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism. Nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism."

This G-20 family photo on front page of the Japan Times is kind of amazing. Wait for it.

New: Some of Trump’s advisers described him as glum and shell-shocked by his declining popularity. He has struggled to process...believing he was on a glide path to reelection to realizing that he is losing. Via @jdawsey1 ⁩ ⁦⁦et al

“White House officials did not immediately explain how driving up the cost of Mexican goods might stem the flow of migrants. If the tariffs damaged the Mexican economy, more of its citizens would try to cross the border to find work in the United States.”

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