All deleted tweets from politicians

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RT @TTLastSpring: 1916 White Birches Round Lake #tt1914 https://t.co/tpj0W3LbT6

RT @GregRickford: Wonderful to see the Blossers in Sioux Narrows and the master carver Brock at work! https://t.co/rt0CDvZBSB

@royalyorker1784 @CaCemeteryHist Looks like she did not marry, or reverted to maiden name. There’s a George Clark in the same Rockway Cemetery, born in 1789 in Fredericksburgh to Sgt Alexander Clark; for various reasons he can’t be Sarah’s father. Neither married nor siblings, but (probably) related! Cousins?

Chris Alexander (unknown) retweeted @BHL :

RT @BHL: Ce soir, Montréal. #Hashomayim Congregation. Fête de l’indépendance d’#Israel. Interrogé par A. Gopnik. Force des #Juifs. Géni du…

RT @DenzilMW: Out for a morning canvass with my dedicated volunteer team! #onpoli #PCPO #ForThePeople https://t.co/5FZIqj0r5c

Chris Alexander (unknown) tweeted :

A century ago China embarked on a course of defiance: it needs to reflect today on the price of that choice. This centenary has even bigger lessons for those who violated treaty obligations in 1919: 'May Fourth, the Day That Changed China nyti.ms/2DLBnSg

RT @Perimeter: Want to learn about exciting advances at the intersection of nanotechnology, neuroscience, and medicine? Check out an engagi…

RT @VannyOcho: @lraitt @MichelleRempel Theresa May just issued a press release: “Brexit was a done deal, until Scott Brison resigned”.