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Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
74. in category Politics
94. in category Society
356. in country United States
The USA's 141.8 million accounts represent 27.4% of all Twitter users.
Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle headlining a fundraiser this month for former Rep. Jason Lewis and his Minnesota Senate bid. Hosted by Former Sen. Norm Coleman
I'm running for Chair of the @iowademocrats to restore confidence in our party & bring the proven leadership needed to turn Iowa blue in 2020. I’m a sixth generation Iowan. My roots are as deep in this state as my commitment to the values of the Iowa Democratic Party.
I met so many amazing Iowans during my campaign. @marksmithiowa is a man of integrity and honesty, and I look forward to his leadership in turning Iowa blue in 2020.
A senior Justice Department official acknowledged that the four Roger Stone prosecutors appeared to resign in protest after their recommended sentence was reduced by senior leadership at justice.
“We have a system of justice in this country that treats you much better if you're rich and guilty than if you're poor and innocent.” -Bryan Stevenson
To put it simply, @MichaelBennet is one of the most impressive leaders I have ever worked with. This nation needs him. We will miss out on him being our President for now, but back in the Senate, America is blessed by his presence. Thank you my friend, you are a great patriot.
N.J. director Marshall Curry, who was nominated last year and directed the Cory booker doc "Street Fight," wins his first #Oscar for short film "The Neighbors' Window." Here it is. https://www.nj.com/entertainment/2020/02/oscars-2020-nj-director-marshall-curry-wins-for-short-film-the-neighbors-window-watch-it-here.html … #Oscars
At least one of us won...congratulations @marshallcurry!!
We should also talk more about the traumatic impact gun violence has on our children and teenagers. I've literally met kids in Newark who are afraid of fireworks on July 4th because they sound like gunshots. We must take action now and refuse to accept this frightening reality.
The Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 is among the worst incidents of racial violence in U.S. history — and for nearly a century leaders throughout Oklahoma seemed determined to ignore it. Now a reckoning is underway. National correspondent @kurtisalee reports: