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Story listed as: True Life For Adults | Theme: General Interest | Subject: Politics / Opinions / Advice | Published here : 12/30/2016
Brady Kenyon's interview 
By Jake Wilber
Born 1993, M, from BYU Journalism Major//Utah, United States
Brady Kenyon's interview
Thanks for tuning into our first twitter review done by our team. Brady's account received the most requests to be reviewed for the week. He was contacted by the ReviewTwitterPolitics team and confirmed the post to ensure it's accuracy. Brady is currently a political science major at The University of Arkansas-Fort Smith. You can follow his Instagram account @Brady.Kenyon
In addition to becoming seemingly popular on twitter in the last month, many simply don't know Brady is also a collegiate athlete. He was a three-star rated player by the Tennis Recruiting Network and ended up deciding to play college tennis at The University of Arkansas-Fort Smith. When asked what his plans after college may include, Brady was quick to point to a possible future in politics as a campaign manager or political analyst. Brady' and his girlfriend Julieanne have been dating for around a year and she often times is featured on his page. Brady's account is followed by some big time names such as Bill Mitchell. Mitchell has featured several of Brady's tweets on his page including one that garnished over 40,000 hits.Former White House speechwriter and Tea Party leader Michael Johns also follows Brady's account. Brady's currently followed by multiple numbers of verified political accounts helping to add credibility to his often controversial political tweets. Brady's rise is into the political world through twitter has sparked a great deal of interest. We wish Brady the best of luck on future twitter growth and success!
Sincerly - ReviewTwitterPolitics Team
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