MSNBC

MSNBC

@MSNBC

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The place for in-depth analysis, political commentary and informed perspectives in 2020.

Joined on March 29, 2007
Statistics

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

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
27 minutes
Average replies
94
Average retweets
282
Average likes
863
Tweets with photos
0 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

21. globally and in category TV Channels

47. globally and in category Media

89. in category TV Channels

190. globally

224. in category Media

MSNBC
14 minutes ago

At least 20 people are dead after large areas along the Kuma River in Japan were swallowed by floodwaters, causing mudslides and many buildings to be submerged almost up to their roofs. https://t.co/eFiZeJnvFK

MSNBC
an hour ago

"The EU, along with countries like Indonesia, Japan, Australia, they have all gotten their cases down, some are at or near zero," @chrislhayes says. "Our cases are skyrocketing, our government's response is a failure. We are living in this tragedy." https://t.co/GCzEVxpWGH

MSNBC
an hour ago

As COVID-19 spread in a Texas jail, an activist and a sheriff formed an unlikely alliance. https://t.co/NhNL5hDA38 This article is published in partnership with @KETK and The @MarshallProj.

MSNBC
an hour ago

.@woodruffbets says President Trump's campaign will be "focused on energizing and angering his base" while Joe Biden will "present an optimistic view about of how things in this country can be better." https://t.co/zVa2gJfO8V

MSNBC
2 hours ago

“I think there’s a significant chance [President Trump] doesn’t run. I mean this thing is going so poorly, he’s so far back. To me it doesn’t make much sense for him to run,” Democratic strategist James Carville says. https://t.co/jEOLqCd8id

MSNBC
2 hours ago

"The treaty was signed between the United States government and the Lakota people and other indigenous nations, ensuring that that land would remain theirs," Sarah Manning says. "Treaties, according to the US Constitution, are the supreme law of the land." https://t.co/ypC96HvcVS

MSNBC
3 hours ago

.@CarolLeonnig: Pres. Trump is “furious” over trailing poll numbers, according to new reporting. “For him, the perception of how he’s doing, the perception of him feeling confident is much more important than the boring details of governing.” https://t.co/KhqulNBR9J

MSNBC
3 hours ago

Rep. Gallego says the US has "governors that basically care more about the public health of the president — whether he's going to get re-elected or not — than the health of the citizens. The best we can do now in Arizona ... is for us just to hold on." https://t.co/2InrEbYGne

MSNBC
4 hours ago

"Trump is a threat to our nation, he is a threat to our Constitution, and he is a danger to our national security and our national health," says Kristopher Purcell, one of hundreds of fmr. President George W. Bush's ex-staffers to endorse Joe Biden. https://t.co/aELLrYfs4k

MSNBC
4 hours ago

Fmr. Navy SEAL Dr. Dan Barkhuff says President Trump's reaction to purported Russian bounties to Taliban fighters to kill Americans is "a betrayal on multiple levels." "The guy is frankly a coward and cannot stand up to Vladimir Putin." https://t.co/CgKvrmGV4O

MSNBC
5 hours ago

"Most schools have a zero tolerance policy toward violence," D.L. Hughley says. "Why do we allow policemen murder people and not be brought to account? Or say things that are racially charged and biased and not be brought to account?" https://t.co/kUWvnNSWNY

MSNBC
5 hours ago

.@DavidJollyFL says President Trump let mask-wearing "become political and encouraged it at times." "He had the opportunity to lead us in public safety and he chose not to." https://t.co/epNsMBXSIy

MSNBC
6 hours ago

From Billie Holiday's 'Strange Fruit' bringing attention to lynchings in the 1930s to KRS-One's 'Sound of Da Police' addressing police brutality in the 1990s, @AriMelber examines how Black artists have channeled and influenced civil rights movements. https://t.co/5GDFG4UDIn

MSNBC
6 hours ago

"As the unemployment insurance expires at the end of July, along with the majority of the remaining eviction moratoriums, we can expect to see a severe eviction crisis in the United States." https://t.co/4QDDU4gK9p

MSNBC
7 hours ago

Neil Young blasts the use of his songs at President Trump's campaign rally in Mount Rushmore, tweeting “this is NOT ok with me." https://t.co/mJS5x6qtub

MSNBC
7 hours ago

.@AliVelshi: "For many African Americans, including those descended from enslaved people, the Fourth of July can be seen as a celebration of a nation that was both born into slavery and that prospered off of it. We have not been absolved of that sin." https://t.co/gnE1V2T852

MSNBC
8 hours ago

"A lot of us would like to see this pandemic stop taking the toll that it's taking on everyone," epidemiologist Marc Lipsitch says. "We'd like to return to some kind of normalcy and the way to do that is to get it under control now." https://t.co/FvpOmEHYrr

MSNBC
8 hours ago

"The world is not centered around the Southern United States and it's not around our history, it's around the history that we believe is true," says Rev. Robert W. Lee IV, a descendent of Robert E. Lee. "It's not the correct history that needs to be told." https://t.co/3ZrotlXK4G

MSNBC
9 hours ago

"You have 3 Black head coaches, and two Black general managers, and you've never had a majority Black owner," sports journalist Jemele Hill says. "I'm worried about that ... I'm not worried about what you sing or don't sing before the games." https://t.co/sx3qCFR1qk

MSNBC
9 hours ago

Fmr. State Dept. senior adviser Nayyera Haq says the Trump administration's response to purported Russian bounties to Taliban fighters to kill Americans is "alienating allies right now" and a "concept of 'America First' that is really 'America Alone.'" https://t.co/k5aorfEugZ

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