President Xi China / President Xi / Hong Kong

I know President Xi of China very well. He is a great leader who very much has the respect of his people. He is also a good man in a “tough business.” I have ZERO doubt that if President Xi wants to quickly and humanely solve the Hong Kong problem, he can do it. Personal meeting?

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Michael Flynn pleaded guilty for lying to the FBI twice—and should be held accountable for it. The President’s decision to pardon him today is corrupt. No one should be above the law—regardless of their connections.

The United States has reported more than 2,000 deaths from Covid-19 today, for the first time since May, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.    Currently the country has reported 2,046 new deaths today.

Earlier today @douglasemhoff  and I visited @dcck  with @chefjoseandres  to thank the staff and volunteers for their hard work during this Thanksgiving season to feed those who are hungry. Hurting families must be made a priority and given the relief they deserve.

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Never forget that Big Pharma has raised the price of insulin by over 1200% since the 1990s and now one in four people with diabetes are forced to ration insulin in order to survive. When are we going to hold pharma accountable for its extortion?

Here comes the boom 💥 @USMC  Marines conduct live-fire mortar training in KuwaitKW

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Trump's pardon of Mike Flynn is a final act of venal, malevolent, retributive warfare waged on the country that humiliatingly rejected him -- and on the rule of law itself, which he could not subvert to quite the degree he'd hoped. @paulwaldman1  and me:

It's hard to imagine anything that would shape Trump's legacy better, and that would provoke cheers from everyone in the US and around the world (except John Brennan, James Clapper, Susan Rice & Michael Hayden) than a pardon of Edward Snowden & Julian Assange.

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