All deleted tweets from politicians

Deputy Prime Minister of Australia. Leader of @The_Nationals. Minister for Infrastructure and Transport. Federal Member for Riverina. Husband. Proud Dad of 3.

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RT @JohnJMcVeigh: Today I was at a drought forum in #Moree, NSW talking to farmers about the impact of #drought, failed crops, lack of feed and what all this means going forward.

RT @JohnJMcVeigh: What a momentous day for the @toowoombaregion with the official opening of the $1.6 billion Toowoomba Bypass. Great to be part of this historic day and celebrate with many friends, colleagues & members of our community. @M_McCormackMP @ScottBuchholzMP @TRCMayor

RT @JohnJMcVeigh: Great to spend time with @TSBEnterprise and @twbchamber members and local community leaders for a quick catch up with the Deputy Prime Minister @M_McCormackMP in Toowoomba this morning. Good to highlight the many great things happening in our region.

Jobs, jobs and more jobs. That’s what the #Budget2020 will deliver. It’s a infrastructure Budget, a jobs Budget and a regions Budget.

RT @7NewsCQ: .@M_McCormackMP has hosted a COVID-19 recovery forum in Yeppoon, to outline how the Federal Government plans to rebuild regional economies. @islastanich #qldpol #auspol #qldvotes #7NEWS

Road-tripping with @keithpittmp on the Bruce Highway today, talking about the #Budget2020. Only @LNPQLD & @DebFrecklington have a strong plan for Queensland's post-COVID recovery. They will deliver the local jobs, infrastructure & economic plan to get #Queensland working again.

We want to grow Australian agriculture to a $100b industry by 2030 & you can't grow agriculture without adding water. The National Water Grid is the Aust Govt's plan for a secure water future, with an extra $2b in funding to build more dams, weirs & pipelines. #RegionsMatter

RT @9NewsMelb: Taxpayers could get a cash boost within weeks, as the Government plans to hand back some of our hard-earned. It now seems likely that income tax cuts, worth billions of dollars, will be backdated to July 1 in tomorrow's Federal Budget. @CUhlmann #AusPol #9News