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The official Twitter account of @ABC News' This Week, hosted by @GStephanopoulos.

Joined on December 30, 2011
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @ThisWeekABC and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
18 minutes
Average replies
6
Average retweets
9
Average likes
22
Tweets with photos
10 / 100
Tweets with videos
10 / 100
Tweets with links
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323. in country United States and category Broadcast Show

732. in country United States and category Entertainment

960. in category Broadcast Show

Jaime Harrison raised $14 million. Amy McGrath brought in $17.4 million in Q2. https://t.co/BtsjyMi1cj

Walmart has donated $100,000 towards efforts to replace Arkansas' Confederate-linked statues at the U.S. Capitol with new statues of singer Johnny Cash and civil rights activist Daisy Bates. https://t.co/yzPJjAztZ6

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, cities across the country have seen a dramatic increase in shootings, and police in large cities like Chicago and New York said they are bracing for one of the most violent summers in decades. https://t.co/k07N6D5T5I

Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vazquez is responding to allegations that she fired a government minister after the official had called for an independent investigation into how aid was distributed in the wake of January's earthquakes. https://t.co/7Xb03lBwlq

The Trump administration has picked Jacksonville, Florida — the site of the GOP convention — as one of three cities where it will set up free "surge testing" sites to try to catch people who are infected with the virus but aren’t showing symptoms. https://t.co/b3XEcP58dX

While President Trump didn't flat-out say he’s opposed to a change in their names, he tweeted that the franchises are trying to be "politically correct" and his views seemed clear. https://t.co/v99COBtnaZ

The top U.S. general in the Middle East says he was aware of the intel of a Russian bounty program targeting U.S. troops in Afghanistan. While he says he found it “worrisome,” he adds that he does not believe it was tied to actual U.S. military deaths. https://t.co/mXEfuF4LIR

International students studying in the U.S. on an F-1 or M-1 student visa won't be able to continue their studies in the fall if their school only offers online classes, ICE says. https://t.co/hC2C8U5XKr

Regulators said Deutsche Bank processed hundreds of transactions totaling millions of dollars that should have raised particular concern in light of Epstein’s well-publicized history of criminal sexual misconduct. https://t.co/9UxOUWKuHI https://t.co/fTn4UyOJM4

Regulators said Deutsche Bank processed hundreds of transactions totaling millions of dollars that should have raised particular concern in light of Epstein’s well-publicized history of criminal sexual misconduct. https://t.co/9UxOUWKuHI https://t.co/fTn4UyOJM4

The United States government is considering banning TikTok because it views the hugely popular social media app as a security threat, according to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. https://t.co/x6j7YcEHJU

When asked if Biden’s public health advisory board had advised him on the likelihood of a vaccine being widely available for distribution by the time he could potentially take office, the official cautioned there is no guarantee that will be the case. https://t.co/BkTub0lmXm

Former Vice President Joe Biden is preparing for a range of realities when it comes to dealing with COVID-19 if he is elected president, according to an official. https://t.co/9H2vZsSnvF

Political consultants and pollsters were among those asking the Supreme Court to strike down the 1991 law that bars them from making robocalls to cellphones as a violation of their free speech rights under the Constitution. https://t.co/klzwZH7fTA

The economists in our survey weren’t especially optimistic about the trajectory of the unemployment rate over the course of 2020. https://t.co/ZyTVCJXtGk https://t.co/aeQVYD49wI

The economists in our survey weren’t especially optimistic about the trajectory of the unemployment rate over the course of 2020. https://t.co/ZyTVCJXtGk https://t.co/aeQVYD49wI

Yet another round of primaries are coming to a close Tuesday in New Jersey and Delaware, which both delayed their voting due to the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/49WKZisxS8

Duckworth lost both of her legs in Iraq when a Black Hawk helicopter she was co-piloting was struck by a rocket-propelled grenade. She is a Purple Heart recipient. https://t.co/3Bgajzh45L

Sen. Tammy Duckworth responds on Twitter to conservative TV personality Tucker Carlson after he questions her love of America: "Does (Tucker Carlson) want to walk a mile in my legs and then tell me whether or not I love America?" https://t.co/4uoZJJIM2k

“We ought to well be concerned about children falling behind academically and there’s no substitute for in classroom learning or in person learning,” Vice President Mike Pence says during discussion on reopening schools. https://t.co/AUvuzNK8MT https://t.co/LMn9pzkgQK

First lady Melania Trump: “The administration has worked around the clock to protect Americans from the coronavirus but many challenges for children and families can be just as invisible as the virus and just as dangerous.” https://t.co/AUvuzNK8MT https://t.co/6BEWuZfLa8

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