We looked inside some of the tweets by @brianklaas and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
If you need something to cheer you up this weekend: more ex-Trump officials are going to speak out against the President — and in favor of repairing our republic.
This is good news - but the time to speak out is right now. Millions of people are already voting. https://t.co/UUfzEELPiC
Trump's authoritarian behavior is clearly a menace to American democracy. But if Americans reject him at the polls by a wide enough margin, his rhetoric won't matter much and his threats will just be the empty ravings of a weak, wannabe strongman. My take on @StreetSignsCNBC: https://t.co/xcK9RBaNMu
It's been a pretty tough news week so I put together a video of all the times Speaker Lindsay Hoyle has joked about Tory MP Bob Blackman looking like a pilot during his virtual contributions since March. Spoiler: It's a lot of times. https://t.co/KB4RBDRVDA
British politics can be so delightfully weird sometimes https://t.co/bOHp4zfd4c
Key context here in this piece. Perhaps worth noting that the "savings" that are supposed to be used to pay for Trump's plan literally do not exist. It's spending $7 billion based on fantasy accounting. https://t.co/uSRkYu4EDC
President @realDonaldTrump DELIVERS for America’s Seniors! Soon, 33 MILLION Medicare beneficiaries will receive a card in the mail containing $200 they can use towards prescription drug costs.
If the president of another country sent a crucial bloc of voters $200 - quite suddenly, 39 days before an election - it would be considered a blatant attempt at vote buying and would be condemned internationally as an attempt to manipulate the contest in the incumbent's favor. https://t.co/Z69MKnlnmz
I've been an election observer in broken authoritarian countries, and let me tell you: Trump's behavior would be swiftly and unequivocally condemned by all international election monitors if it was happening elsewhere. He is behaving like the despots past presidents condemned.
Hear hear, it should also be noted that the responsibility to make sure the electoral process runs in line with the law, lies primarily with the government... criticism and points to improve we observed when I was an election observer would be addressed there ↘️ https://t.co/lI1PaUilWd
One of the worst polls in 2016 was the @FoxNews Poll. They were so ridiculously wrong. Fox said they were going to change pollsters, but they didn’t. They totally over sample Democrats to a point that a child could see what is going on. Rasmussen, which was accurate, at 52%.
The final Fox News poll from 2016: Clinton 48 Trump 44. Actual result: Clinton 48 Trump 46. https://t.co/kCy46n4hmY