We looked inside some of the tweets by @scottdetrow and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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This is the face of a live theater audience debate analysis podcast that begins two minutes after the debate ends https://twitter.com/barbarasprunt/status/1230358673139961856
Another successful live show! Thank you Thousand Oaks, CA & @KCLUlive
Nacho fell asleep #debatedogs
Reminder of what a Rep who flipped a Western PA swing seat thinks about a fracking ban
(he supports Biden) https://twitter.com/ConorLambPA/status/1228430867078488075
Elizabeth Warren is in her wheelhouse here, with years of practice grilling financial CEOS in Senate hearings.
It was a court order not a Bloombergian road to Damascus conversion.
Feel like this is exactly how Bloomberg wants this to go...
I like playing roulette, I expect to lose some money playing roulette in Las Vegas this weekend, and I still have no idea what the “not on the wheel” Klobuchar line means.
Audi is trying to listen, but her ears are getting tired.
I'm not sure nominating a woman is going to stop sexism on the internet. See: 2016.
Is it just our tv here or is everyone sounding really off tonight? It’s like a weird echo and everyone sounds hoarse.
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Check back in December, when Asma and I publish our coffee table book: “Things That Will Make A Campaign Reporter Snap At You” (open to catchier titles)
PSA, “You look really tired” or “you sound really tired” never comes off the way you think it will! https://twitter.com/asmamk/status/1230093516405137408
On the congressional generic ballot: "There is a massive gender gap in the suburbs, with women there saying they'd back a Democrat by a 63%-to-26% margin and men saying they'd back a Republican, 49%-to-40%."https://www.npr.org/2020/02/19/807047941/poll-sanders-rises-but-socialism-isnt-popular-with-most-americans