We looked inside some of the tweets by @NarangVipin and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Trump touts a "hydrosonic" missile, but says, "I call it super-duper. 'Cause super-duper is easier for people to understand than hydrosonic." He appears to be referring to hypersonic missiles.
As others have repeatedly said, the hypersonic glide body is (1) not a missile, it’s boosted to altitude by one, (2) personally, I think they’re less super duper, and certainly slower than, MaRVS, and (3) I certainly wouldn’t use one to brush my teeth. But other than that... https://t.co/gsNdy57QK4
For over 35 years, Thums up ruled the Indian soft drink market. This iconic brand overcame international brands like Pepsi & Coke, local brands like Campa Cola & even a brand launched by Indian government: Double 7 A thread on history of Thums up and Indian cola wars 🧵 1/ https://t.co/U2zpJo368M
My snapshots of India over forty years through the cola wars: Campa Cola -> Thums Up -> Limca/Gold Spot -> Lehar Pepsi -> Coke -> Diet Coke https://t.co/9J8odr8lPS
Ah yes, the B-3 “Kim Jong Un Special” stealth bomber, invisible to the naked eye. https://t.co/jUHSZJipaW
Rather than waiting for Iran to threaten the world, the U.S. is taking sweeping actions to prevent the world’s top state sponsor of terror from obtaining a nuclear weapon. This includes sanctions on 25 entities and individuals. We are keeping Americans and world citizens safe!
The Trump administration's strategy for preventing Iran from getting nuclear weapons is trying to destroy the agreement that prevents Iran from getting nuclear weapons. Totally insane. https://t.co/scdjsY69gE
Remote schooling only works if folks have stable internet (if they have it at all) that doesn't have daily outages now. I'm looking at you @Xfinity....
The US restructuring of TikTok’s stake and actual control should be used as a model and promoted globally. Overseas operation of companies such as Google, Facebook shall all undergo such restructure and be under actual control of local companies for security concerns.
Yet another problematic element of the Trump administration's approach to TikTok: this deal may set a precedent that could be used against American companies in China. https://t.co/jakckXu32k
This is the key section in the US statement, since snapback isn’t happening. If you thought 2020 wasn’t already wild in foreign policy, the US is threatening secondary sanctions against states that don’t impose sanctions on Iran, including allies such as the UK, France, Germany. https://t.co/p1wpfClFP6 https://t.co/GDqzY3qUFE
The companies have agreed to terms with Trump for new TikTok Global to give $5 billion to an education foundation that will be established, sources tell me. Trump told press: "They're going to be setting up a very large fund...That's their contribution that I've been asking for."
So, in essence, the TikTok deal seems to be a combination of extortion and de facto nationalization https://t.co/aC2ZJGq4e9