Tweet All About It: Chillin’ in Aspen
Each week, we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least those that are printable) about Aspen and display them on Sunday’s page A2.
• “Colorado is the home of billionaire Phil Anschutz as well as zillionaire telecom & fossil fuel execs in their Aspen, Telluride & Cherry Hills Village mansions. And yet, this same home of obscene wealth still doesn’t have universal full-day kindergarten.” — @davidsirota
• “It feels like Planes, Trains, Automobiles in our attempt to get to Aspen to treat some clients! The snow is pouring down but we can’t wait for the crisp Colorado air.” — @FastVitaminIV
• “Dear @WhiteHouse – Expand that travel memo to prohibit travel/secret service related expenses for members of the Trump family. No Mar-A-Lago, no trips to Aspen, no golfing at Trump resorts. We’re not paying for that s— either. Kinda hard to do it without a paycheck anyway.” — @elizabeth_rydan
• “Remember MO’s yearly ski trips to Aspen with her girls, their friends, all of the family aunts and cousins? Yet they complain about Melania flying down to her winter home.” — @Missy46
• “Chill with our @XGames #Aspen broadcast team Jan. 24-27. Lots of ways to take in the best winter action sports competition: https://es.pn/2FvGPue” — @DannyChi_ESPN
• “I’m not flying into Aspen on a jet and that just doesn’t sit right w me.” — @SlowCookedYams
• “I said, ‘Do you love me?’ and she said, ‘No, but that’s a really nice ski mask.’ #Aspen” — @AndyBak11
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