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

Inside 100 Tweets

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Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

12. in country United States and category Daily News

62. in country United States and category Media

80. in category Daily News

299. in category Media

616. in country United States

Trump Wears Mask In Public For First Time During Walter Reed Visit

'Unprecedented, Historic Corruption': Romney Joins Critics Of Stone's Commutation

"Unprecedented, historic corruption," Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, says of President Trump commuting the sentence of Roger Stone:

Hamilton, In Fiction And History, Is Key To Understanding The Electoral College

A Powerful Chief And Unexpected Splits: 6 Takeaways From The Supreme Court Term

Trump Says Upcoming Immigration Measure Will Include DACA

#BREAKING: President Trump has commuted the prison sentence of longtime friend and adviser Roger Stone, who was convicted of lying to Congress about his efforts to contact WikiLeaks during Russia's interference in the 2016 election.

Trump Commutes Sentence Of Longtime Friend And Adviser, Roger Stone

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is said to be under consideration to be Joe Biden's running mate. Recently, her handling of protests has put her in the spotlight — as well as speaking out against Georgia's Republican-led response to the pandemic.

Capital punishment is on the decline in the U.S. But the federal government is moving in the opposite direction. Authorities are preparing the death chamber in Terre Haute, Indiana, for the first federal executions in 17 years, starting Monday.

While congressional Democrats have consistently supported more federal funding for elections during the coronavirus pandemic, many Republicans have not. But some top Republicans are now signaling they're open to sending more money to states.

After the CEO of Goya Foods, a brand most known for its Hispanic-staple food offerings, lavished praise on President Trump at the White House, a call to boycott the company began trending on Twitter.

In a remarkable series of decisions over the last month, Chief Justice John Roberts has rebuked President Trump on matters ranging from personal to policy at #SCOTUS.

More than 3.1 million cases of the coronavirus have been identified in the U.S., and more than 133,000 people have died. Here's a state-by-state tracker of the ongoing pandemic:

Death row inmates, their spiritual advisors and even one set of victims' relatives are moving to the courts to try to stop or delay the process resuming federal executions next week.

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms endorsed Joe Biden for president more than a year ago and traveled the country campaigning for him. Now, she's considered to be on the shortlist to become Biden's running mate.

Congressional Republicans are now signalling a new willingness to provide more federal funding for state elections after voting rights experts expressed fear that the November election would end in disaster.

People are calling for a boycott of Goya Foods after its CEO praised President Trump during a visit to the White House, saying the country was "truly blessed" to have him and calling him "a builder."

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