David Frum

David Frum

@davidfrum

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Author Trumpocalypse: Restoring American Democracy. Read more at The Atlantic. Reach me via https://t.co/vh4Jlp8rdP

Joined on January 06, 2009
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47. in country United States and category Writer

224. in category Writer

Our new podcast debate is out today. @davidfrum and @StephenMoore debate the resolution: Be it resolved, the political survival of the Republican Party requires a clear and irrevocable break with Donald Trump and Trumpism. Listen here: https://t.co/F2Ar3KQfOf

Gallup: Trump job approval craters in the first half of January, falling to 34-62.

Trump ends his presidency with his worst approval on Gallup, and the worst average job approval of any president in the polling era. https://t.co/YcKaQ3nnmK

Gallup: Trump job approval craters in the first half of January, falling to 34-62. Trump ends his presidency with his worst approval on Gallup, and the worst average job approval of any president in the polling era. https://t.co/YcKaQ3nnmK

Trump is departing office having averaged 41% job approval during his 4 years in office, lower than any other president in @Gallup polling history.

Trump's final job approval bottomed out at 34% -- 12 points lower than pre-election (46%) approval rating
https://t.co/XXdszY7LkY https://t.co/SulM8t6uLp

Trump is departing office having averaged 41% job approval during his 4 years in office, lower than any other president in @Gallup polling history. Trump's final job approval bottomed out at 34% -- 12 points lower than pre-election (46%) approval rating https://t.co/XXdszY7LkY https://t.co/SulM8t6uLp

Quoted @Femsplainers

And we're baaaaaaaack! Don't miss season opener w @TheAtlantic's @CaitlinPacific Available 1/19: https://t.co/F6eeT4KJRg https://t.co/pMkmVGPNtt

And we're baaaaaaaack! Don't miss season opener w 
@TheAtlantic's @CaitlinPacific Available 1/19: https://t.co/F6eeT4KJRg https://t.co/pMkmVGPNtt

Conversations with @CaitlinPacific are always amazing... https://t.co/GmWQ98RexF

The problem's anti-democracy extremism, not voting for a candidate. We need to screen for extremism and work together to root out any infiltration or sympathizers in military & law enforcement, not try to split the military by vote choice. That'd be insane https://t.co/UU7oAES0Rp

To everyone telling me no one who voted Trump could possibly be trusted to serve the country with integrity: -Officer Sicknick, killed in Capitol attack: Trump supporter. -GA SecState Raffensperger, stood up to Trump's pressure and publicly embarrassed him: Trump voter and donor.

Quoted @tomselliott

.@RepCohen on his concerns w/ the National Guard securing the Inauguration: “The [National] Guard is 90 some-odd percent male; and only about 20 percent of white males voted for Biden … there are probably not more than 25% of the people there protecting us that voted for Biden” https://t.co/ofQfLuCw8I

No. Hard no. It does not matter who people in the National Guard, military, or any other national service position voted for. They are entitled to their voting choice, and perfectly capable of serving their country with honor regardless. This is toxic. It makes things worse. Stop https://t.co/6THlNE6FCz

Quoted @markknoller

Chief of Staff Mark Meadows says WH aiming to have 100 million doses of Coronavirus vaccine ready to go by end of October. Says goal is to make the the most vulnerable and highest risk people are vaccinated in that first group. Says up to 300 million doses would be ready in Jan. https://t.co/7YHttsd5au

Chief of Staff Mark Meadows says WH aiming to have 100 million doses of Coronavirus vaccine ready to go by end of October. Says goal is to make the the most vulnerable and highest risk people are vaccinated in that first group. Says up to 300 million doses would be ready in Jan. https://t.co/7YHttsd5au

*****This did not happen***** The Bloomberg vaccination tracker shows ~31M doses have been shipped to states; less than half have been reported shot into arms https://t.co/aM6xPMyP9P

A drop in U.S. immigration enforcement encounters in the spring on the U.S southwestern border suggested the pandemic temporarily slowed unauthorized entry attempts, but such encounters have risen in recent months, particularly by single adults https://t.co/QjrCHLpriO https://t.co/KBq7SNDQc9

A drop in U.S. immigration enforcement encounters in the spring on the U.S southwestern border suggested the pandemic temporarily slowed unauthorized entry attempts, but such encounters have risen in recent months, particularly by single adults https://t.co/QjrCHLpriO https://t.co/KBq7SNDQc9

@Soccerpolitics Bad neighbors alone don't explain all of Haiti's problems: ecological, social, and political. But they haunt the story then and now. END

@Soccerpolitics The US occupation of Haiti in 1915 led to the reimposition of forced labor by US authorities, some of whom nostalgically regretted the end of slavery. 5/x

@Soccerpolitics In the 1870s Ulysses Grant schemed to annex first what's now the Dominican Republic - but I had not known that he intended Haiti as a second bite. 4/x

@Soccerpolitics It's grim reading reading on the role of foreign powers, first France, then the United States. In 1856, the US grabbed an island generally regarded as Haitian territory to help itself to guano supplies without paying for them. It's still a US territory. https://t.co/IkbQE4BbeY

Aftershocks of History by @Soccerpolitics does a masterly job of summarizing the often dizzying tumult of Haitian political history - without being distracted from the slower movements of social history: issues of land, labor, status. 2/x

Completing my crash reading course on Haitian history with this excellent book on the two centuries *after* the drama of the war for independence. https://t.co/SC8OmbF1Tw https://t.co/WSJftBymIO

Completing my crash reading course on Haitian history with this excellent book on the two centuries *after* the drama of the war for independence. https://t.co/SC8OmbF1Tw https://t.co/WSJftBymIO

Trump’s “ceremony” is scheduled for 8 a.m. at the military base where the outgoing president will make his final departure aboard Air Force One. He’ll be 1st living US president in more than a century to choose not to attend regular exchange of power. https://t.co/Le8StPkcAP

NEW: White House sends invitations for Trump’s departure event at Joint Base Andrews—starts at 8a Wednesday. Guests must arrive between 6a and 7:15a; may bring up to five other people; and must wear mask, the invites say, according to one shared with me by an ex Trump official.

Quoted @KaleyAJohnson

A couple dozen people at the Austin capitol today protesting their right to carry arms. Didn’t catch on video but one of the men commented to @EllyDearman and I that he hoped our bullet proof vests “were level four.” https://t.co/yaGLtL4TDb

Armed gangs showing up at Texas Capitol https://t.co/Oa18N28GcS

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