David Sanger (@SangerNYT )

David Sanger

Bio National Security Corresp., New York Times. CNN contrib. Author of Confront and Conceal, The Inheritance, and “The Perfect Weapon.”
Location Washington, DC
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Account created 20-07-2010 14:15:12
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Twitter for iPad : This remarkable Katie Benner story offers another look into the many ways President Trump tried to undermine the election process. Read every word. twitter.com/ktbenner/statu…

Twitter for iPad : Thanks. Honor to be included in that company of writers... twitter.com/margaretomara/…

Twitter Web App : Sends the right message: You shouldn't get demoted for asking a perfectly reasonable question to the Secretary of State. (Which the now ex-Secretary did not answer.) twitter.com/jimsciutto/sta…

Twitter Web App : My best guess: The room built right on the DMZ line where the members of the North and South military commission meet and argue. It's been repainted since I last stepped inside. twitter.com/GovHowardDean/…

iPhone : President Biden ordered a review of U.S. intelligence about Russia’s role in a hacking of government and corporate computer networks. Meanwhile, the president will also seek an extension of the nuclear arms treaty with Russia, White House officials said. nyti.ms/2Y4uFRm

Twitter for iPad : Can Pres. Biden trust the integrity of many of the govt.’s computer networks after Solar Winds? Clearly not. But the intelligence review must go deeper than just fixing the code. It must explain how everyone missed this “supply chain” attack for so long. nytimes.com/2021/01/21/us/…

iPhone : Scoop: The first department wide memo sent by Acting SecState Smith instructed US diplomats to re-engage with the WHO and halt any staff drawdown at the WHO, after Biden signed the EO reversing Trump’s move to take the us out of the WHO. Policy is already impacting US diplomacy.

iPhone : Now, that’s what I call a front page. On days when the world shakes, there’s nothing that captures the moment quite like A1 of the print edition. twitter.com/nytimes/status…

iPhone : President Biden declared at his inauguration that “without unity, there is no peace.” And while an array of Republican and Democratic leaders clapped at the sentiment, it is far from clear that the country is truly ready to move on, writes David Sanger. nyti.ms/3p3O8gQ

iPhone : Looks like Andrew Jackson got sent back to the basement. And Franklin appears, bemused look and all. twitter.com/jmartnyt/statu…

iPhone : The inauguration: An assessment. “In the end, the inauguration triumphed over the insurrection”
nytimes.com/2021/01/20/us/…

Twitter Web App : Like an expired credit card, President Trump's nuclear codes went dead at noon.
Who’s Got the Nuclear Football? Actually, the Question Is When Biden Gets ‘the Biscuit’ nytimes.com/2021/01/19/us/…