We looked inside some of the tweets by @AnaSwanson and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
During the "Castle in the Sky" TV screening there were 25,088 tweets per second, the most ever.
In the Rose Garden, awaiting President Trump, who is expected to announce measures regarding China’s recent actions in Hong Kong https://t.co/UTdKD1bODd
Press conference finally begins. "The world is suffering as a result of the malfeasance of the Chinese government," Trump says. He announces the US is terminating its relationship with the World Health Organization https://t.co/JZ3OzDNk8M
Unemployment benefits and other government aid programs have been a vital lifeline for millions of displaced workers during this crisis. If Congress doesn't act soon, that lifeline could snap. https://t.co/WitORuKO8d
The new fiscal cliff: Expanded unemployment benefits and PPP are set to expire. What comes next? https://t.co/ksDLhEG8Zv
Friends: I wrote a book, "The Riches of This Land," about the group of heroes who built the great American middle class - and how they are the key to rebuilding it from our current crisis. I'd be honored if you read it. It's out August 11. Pre-order here: https://t.co/Ap004sOmPi
Can’t wait to read this! https://t.co/LDg0Y3xEc6
For TARIFFS, what could this mean for the trade war? Background: HK is a separate customs territory from China • HK applies its own MFN tariffs (0.0%) to imports from US • US applies same MFN tariffs (3.4% on avg) to HK as US applies to all WTO members https://t.co/FNcFxkvfoO
"The future of at least a major portion of #Huawei’s business is now firmly in the hands of the Commerce Department." @pstAsiatech discusses the latest in the US-China's Tech Cold War with @nytimes' @AnaSwanson, @paulmozur, and @zhonggg. https://t.co/uDfl6os7Lb
The Commerce Department added eight Chinese companies and one research institute to its entity list Friday, saying that the parties are complicit in human rights abuses in the Xinjiang Autonomous region More updates TK here https://t.co/lDQ0w11vF9