All deleted tweets from politicians

Eric van der Burg (vvd) retweeted @smotus :

RT @smotus: RT @smotus: That’s the deal we just tore up with Iran, btw. twitter.com/ap/status/9950…

Annemarijke (onbekend) retweeted @smotus :

RT @smotus: RT @smotus: That’s the deal we just tore up with Iran, btw. twitter.com/ap/status/9950…

RT @toadmeister: The @NewYorker has caved in to an outrage mob and no-platformed @SteveKBannon. That’s it. It has lost its authority as a beacon of free speech and Enlightenment values. If you prize freedom of thought and expression and enjoy the clash of ideas, try @QuilletteM instead.

RT @cyalm: RT @cyalm: So that’s how they’re going to spin the attempted agricultural takeover... twitter.com/radiopakistan/…

RT @susanelanjones: Mae @AlunCairns yn gwybod nad yw hynny'n ateb. Dylai beidio â gwneud esgusodion! / Alun Cairns knows full well that’s not a real answer. He should stop making excuses! twitter.com/adrianmasters8…

RT @OntarioNewsNow: Under the Liberals, spending was mismanaged. That’s why The PC Government for the People is launching the Big Bold Ideas Challenge. Head to Ontario.ca and tell us what priorities matter most to you. https://t.co/8BAXhabP41

RT @OntarioNewsNow: Standing up for taxpayers and more efficient local government. That’s exactly what the Doug Ford Government did in a rare and historic midnight sitting of the Legislature to ensure the Efficient Local Government Act passes as quickly as possible. #onpoli https://t.co/lKdlzrk4Py

RT @OntarioNewsNow: Disappointing – that’s the word Finance Minister @VictorFedeli used to describe the Federal government’s Fall Economic Statement. Just how much will Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax cost Ontarians? Fedeli says if the Feds won’t tell, the Government for the people will! https://t.co/Dy9t0Xv4uY

RT @OntarioNewsNow: Disappointing – that’s the word Finance Minister @VictorFedeli used to describe the Federal government’s Fall Economic Statement. Just how much will Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax cost Ontarians? Fedeli says if the Feds won’t tell, the Government for the people will! https://t.co/Dy9t0Xv4uY

RT @WandileSihlobo: South Africa’s 2017/18 WHEAT imports could reach 1.9 million tons — that’s double the volume imported last season. Why is this the case: this is mainly due to relatively lower domestic supplies, following a poor harvest in the Western Cape province.