🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 for both.
Rest In Power.😪😪
A coaching legend. A broadcasting icon. Beloved by football fans everywhere.
Remembering John Madden. pic.twitter.com/6jbIl1kdZq
— NFL (@NFL) December 29, 2021
Breaking News: Harry Reid, the Democrat from Nevada who helped steer the Affordable Care Act to passage as Senate majority leader, died on Tuesday. He was 82. https://t.co/MTzW28MSB8
— The New York Times (@nytimes) December 29, 2021
BREAKING: Harry Reid, probably the most important elected official in Nevada history, has died at 82.
My condolences to his family and friends.
— Jon Ralston (@RalstonReports) December 29, 2021
2021 is not done taking. Rest in peace, Senator Harry Reid, who was one of the most effective politicians in Nevada AND U.S. Senate history, and one of the earliest supporters of then-Senator @BarackObama for president; for whom he helped pass the ACA. May God bless his memory. pic.twitter.com/ZeBYEB96bF
— Joy-Ann (Pro-Democracy) Reid 😷 (@JoyAnnReid) December 29, 2021
— Jake Asman (@JakeAsman) December 29, 2021
Harry Reid. What a legacy. And the simplest way to honor him is to listen to him. https://t.co/I7hcf61MSI
— Ezra Klein (@ezraklein) December 29, 2021
All respect to Harry Reid, a man whose takeaway from the time he punched out his future father-in-law in the front yard was “life must be lived” pic.twitter.com/2s5GDWoptD
— Jay Willis (@jaywillis) December 29, 2021
John Madden, football legend, dies at 85. https://t.co/nsHYwaY1rV
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) December 29, 2021
When Harry Reid was nearing the end, his wife Landra asked some of us to share letters that she could read to him. In lieu of a statement, here’s what I wrote to my friend: pic.twitter.com/o6Ll6rzpAX
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 29, 2021
Today we lost a legend.
Take a look back at Hall of Fame coach and broadcaster John Madden’s iconic career. pic.twitter.com/P6MmCHsWnO
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) December 29, 2021
Harry Reid was one of the most amazing individuals I've ever met
He never forgot where he came from and used those boxing instincts to fearlessly fight those who were hurting the poor & the middle class
He’s gone but will walk by the sides of many of us in the Senate every day pic.twitter.com/8T9PiD7vY4
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) December 29, 2021
Hillary and I mourn the passing of Harry Reid, one of the most effective Senate leaders our country has ever known. pic.twitter.com/gHR8lxWVdJ
— Bill Clinton (@BillClinton) December 29, 2021
Hard to overstate how central Harry Reid was to the successes of the Obama years, among much else he accomplished in a lifetime of determined service. https://t.co/tM2Fu5hphv
— Ben Rhodes (@brhodes) December 29, 2021
The Senator told us that his most prized possession in his Senate office (full of amazing things!) was this picture, framed and signed by President Obama. The caption:
— Nikki Levy (@Nikki_Levy) December 29, 2021
2 days before the Nevada caucus in Feb 2020. He warned me to not count Biden out. And yes, if you zoom in, he’s wearing a pin of @SpeakerPelosi in shades leaving Trump WH.
RIP, HMR. pic.twitter.com/SwANjZ4Pw5
— Paul Kane (@pkcapitol) December 29, 2021
Landra Reid: “I am heartbroken to announce the passing of my husband, former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. He died peacefully this afternoon, surrounded by our family, following a courageous, four-year battle with pancreatic cancer. Harry was 82 years old.” pic.twitter.com/XQRX6H9BM5
— Frank Thorp V (@frankthorp) December 29, 2021
While there were many people involved in getting the ACA made into law, Reid's stewardship of getting the legislation through the Senate was a critical piece of the process. Millions of Americans should thank him for that..
— Norrin Radd (@NorrinR06303580) December 29, 2021
all you need to know about the supposedly “mild mannered” Harry Reid is he took on the mafia, won, and STILL lived to 82.
rest well, sir. you’ve earned it. pic.twitter.com/8KDkatAi4T
— shauna (@goldengateblond) December 29, 2021
this alone is a praiseworthy feat:
"in his 30-plus years in Washington, Mr. Reid never attended a single White House Correspondents’ dinner."
— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) December 29, 2021
— NFL (@NFL) December 29, 2021