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60 Minutes

@60Minutes

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Joined on January 09, 2009
Statistics

We looked inside some of the tweets by @60Minutes and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
an hour
Average replies
435
Average retweets
372
Average likes
1702
Tweets with photos
0 / 100
Tweets with videos
42 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

60. in country United States and category Broadcast Show

167. in country United States and category Entertainment

184. in category Broadcast Show

567. in category Entertainment

In an interview for @60minutes, we asked Joe Biden about his views on "court packing," and whether he would move to add more justices to the Supreme Court. He said he would put together a bipartisan commission to study the issue. "It's getting out of whack," Biden said https://t.co/iBUCPncZ38

Pres. Trump tells @60Minutes’ Lesley Stahl that, if elected to a second term, he wants to see the Supreme Court strike down Obamacare. “I think it’ll end. I hope that they end it,” Pres. Trump says. “It’ll be so good if they end it, because we will come up with a plan.” https://t.co/OPbe6ztx7g

Pres. Trump tells @60Minutes’ Lesley Stahl that, if elected to a second term, he wants to see the Supreme Court strike down Obamacare. “I think it’ll end. I hope that they end it,” Pres. Trump says. “It’ll be so good if they end it, because we will come up with a plan.” https://t.co/HyB9yatrKV

and we look forward to audiences seeing her third interview with President Trump and subsequent interview with Vice President Pence this weekend. (4/4)

Few journalists have the presidential interview experience Lesley Stahl has delivered over her decades as one of the premier correspondents in America… (3/4)

60 Minutes, the most-watched news program on television, is widely respected for bringing its hallmark fairness, deep reporting and informative context to viewers each week. (2/4)

CBS News Statement: The White House’s unprecedented decision to disregard their agreement with CBS News and release their footage will not deter 60 Minutes from providing its full, fair and contextual reporting which presidents have participated in for decades. (1/4)

WATCH: President Trump was asked by @LesleyRStahl about his priorities — before cutting his interview short. @60Minutes has a history of asking tough questions of presidential candidates during the run-up to the election. More Sunday on @CBS. https://t.co/ZWxP1B7GvO

WATCH: In an interview with Joe Biden for @60Minutes, @CBSEveningNews' @NorahODonnell pressed Biden on his position on so-called "court packing." It's a controversial proposal that would add justices to the Supreme Court, from its current nine. More Sunday on @CBS. https://t.co/iFvatE6ZP6

60 Minutes preview: Biden plans commission to study Supreme Court; Trump wants U.S. “to get back to normal." https://t.co/4d8hYGM5Ga

Watch more of Lesley Stahl’s interview with President Trump, Sunday. https://t.co/zA5q4pFxeI

Watch more of @NorahODonnell's interview with Joe Biden, Sunday. https://t.co/wJmb8MatVg

Purdue Pharma, the maker of the highly addictive Oxycontin opioid drug, pleaded guilty to felony criminal charges today, settling with the U.S. government for more than $8.3 billion. 60 Minutes has covered the opioid epidemic extensively. https://t.co/szbdOSOITK

Kyle Keck won’t be able to vote this year. But he has vowed to fight until he gets the state law changed to guarantee that people like him have access to the ballot box https://t.co/x2ic18uRik

Voting rights advocates say those with cognitive disabilities should, in most cases, be given access to the polls. Opponents cite the potential for fraud -- and point to the very small number of times that fraud has been committed this way

We reached out to each of the 39 states that have restrictions on voting rights for those deemed incompetent. We located at least 17,000 people removed from the voting rolls since the 2016 presidential election -- the data is far from complete and that is likely a deep undercount

This happened earlier this year to Kyle Keck. He's been voting for a decade, but earlier this year he was removed from the voter rolls. Because of his cerebral palsy, Kyle's father is his guardian. They were both shocked to find out this is how the law works

In some states, including Oklahoma, people who enter guardianships -- the type of agreements that allow the parents of someone with disabilities to oversee their medical care, for example -- can be automatically removed from the voter roles

Because elections are administered by states, there is no national standardization of when someone with disabilities can be denied the right to vote/removed from the voting rolls

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