A question going on in newsrooms all over the country now: what do you call the president-elect when the old president won’t concede?— Jim Zarroli (@JimZarroli) November 6, 2020
You call him president-elect. Obviously.— Brianna Wu (@BriannaWu) November 6, 2020
Just because there’s a child in the White House unwilling to except reality it doesn’t mean you have to check your brain at the door.
It’s been four years of indulging his nonsense, that time is over. It’s your literal job. https://t.co/Rv4ZS6CBYf
I don't want to dunk on someone doing a hard and important job, but this is why some of us occasionally refer to NPR as Nice Polite Republicans.— Thomas Levenson, Zṓiarchos (@TomLevenson) November 6, 2020
This isn't a real question--or it is at least not one that should be taken seriously for a moment. And I'm guessing you know that.
If the school bully doesn't wish you a happy birthday, is it even really your birthday?— Ugh Paid More Than $750 In Taxes In 2016 (@ContrarySarie) November 6, 2020
NPR has bent over backwards to 'both sides' this administration but if your newsroom is actually having this conversation today it's pathetic.— Brian Murphy (@Burrite) November 6, 2020
You call him the president-elect, and you call the old president an asshole. https://t.co/qh05Rdr4PN— A.R. Moxon (@JuliusGoat) November 6, 2020
Jared’s call to Rupert seems to have paid off. Fox News is instructing its anchors not to call Joe Biden the "President-elect" when the network calls the race, instead saying Biden has "enough electoral votes to win the presidency." https://t.co/ce2CeeEKa9— Robert Reich (@RBReich) November 6, 2020
Is it just me, or has Hannity taken on a more orange hue than usual? 🤔— Rob Dogg (@RobDogg22304) November 6, 2020
Judge asks campaign lawyer if GOP observers are in the room or not.— Alan Feuer (@alanfeuer) November 5, 2020
Lawyer says there "is a non-zero number" of them in the room.
Judge, losing patience, asks, "Are people repping DJT Trump for President in that room?"
"Then what's the problem?" judge asks.
That’s an instant classic. Right up there with “alternate fact”.— Jon J Delia (@JohnJDelia1) November 6, 2020
I'm seeing some Trump folks suggesting that late arriving absentee military votes may help the president. I'm glad they've changed their position on late arriving ballots which are postmarked by election day.— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) November 6, 2020
Last week they said that would lead to voter fraud.
Meanwhile on Fantasy Island pic.twitter.com/AGz6p13HuS— YS (@NYinLA2121) November 6, 2020