Former Gov. Tim Pawlenty has been Twitter-quiet for nearly a year but on Tuesday he rejoined the Twitter conversation with some promotions of his television appearances.
“I’m looking forward to rejoining the conversation. I discussed the
today on # NSA 's @ MSNBC ,” @ Morning_Joe he tweeted on Tuesday. He included a link to his appearance, in which he said that the N.S.A. leaker Edward Snowden is a “traitor.”
He also twice tweeted on Tuesday afternoon about his MSNBC appearance on Hardball with Chris Matthews on which, he said, he was to talk about immigration.
The Financial Services Roundtable, which Pawlenty chairs, also tweeted a link to his Monday night appearance on CNBC’s The Kudlow Report.
See that clip here.
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