This guy is going to love Mad Dog Mattis. pic.twitter.com/L7NyJm3ubm
— RussianHacker.357 (@SonofLiberty357) December 3, 2016
My Reaction: Love the idea of our military’s hands no longer be tied. I hope we don’t use the military too liberally. Was that an unintentional play on words?
— Warrior Ashley (@Ashley4Trump) December 3, 2016
My Reaction: I HATE linkis.com articles. The script messes up half the time. The Green Party wants to move away from Jill Stein. Everyone know that Stein is just doing a solid for and Hillary for future help. But the Green Party wants to stay out of the mix so they don’t look like the party of obstruction for the next Congressional cycle.
Heartbreaking Story: “My Father Beat Me for Two Days Because I Didn’t Want an Abortion” https://t.co/VpBP8W2NTU
— LifeNews.com (@LifeNewsHQ) December 3, 2016
My Reaction: Something seems off about this article. If its true then this ‘father’ needs to be locked up for life.
With his reckless Taiwan phone call, Trump has wantonly placed America's interests ahead of China's.
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) December 3, 2016
My Reaction: I’ll have to lookup what this phone call is all about. Give me a sec…
The 10-minute telephone call with Taiwan’s leadership was the first by a U.S. president-elect or president since President Jimmy Carter switched diplomatic recognition from Taiwan to China in 1979, acknowledging Taiwan as part of “one China”.
China’s Foreign Ministry said it had lodged “stern representations” with what it called the “relevant U.S. side”, urging the careful handling of the Taiwan issue to avoid any unnecessary disturbances in ties.
Ok, so it looks like Trump stopped treating Taiwan as a territory of China and as a seperate country. With all the technology in Taiwan this could really undercut China’s manufacturing. Trade ware anyone?
— BI Partners (@BI_contributors) December 3, 2016
My Reaction: Prayers need to go out these families and businesses.
Firefighters were battling a major, multiple-alarm fire of several buildings in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the city’s fire department said on Twitter.
At least one building was ablaze at Berkshire and Vandine Streets, the Cambridge Fire Department said in a string of tweets.
The Boston Globe and local WCVB-TV reported that 10 alarms had been struck and that several buildings, as well as cars, were on fire.