import os
      import tweepy
      
      def post_twitter(message, image):
          consumer_key = os.environ["TWITTER_CONSUMER_KEY"]
          consumer_secret = os.environ["TWITTER_CONSUMER_SECRET"]
          access_token = os.environ["TWITTER_ACCESS_TOKEN"]
          access_token_secret = os.environ["TWITTER_ACCESS_TOKEN_SECRET"]
          twitter_auth_keys = {
              "consumer_key": consumer_key,
              "consumer_secret": consumer_secret,
              "access_token": access_token,
              "access_token_secret": access_token_secret
          }
          auth = tweepy.OAuthHandler(
              twitter_auth_keys['consumer_key'],
              twitter_auth_keys['consumer_secret']
          )
          auth.set_access_token(
              twitter_auth_keys['access_token'],
              twitter_auth_keys['access_token_secret']
          )
          # Authenticate with the API
          api = tweepy.API(auth)
          # Upload the picture on Twitter
          media = api.media_upload(image)
          # Post tweet with image
          api.update_status(status=message, media_ids=[media.media_id])
      
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      Post picture on Twitter

      Social Media Posting

      You need to have access to the version V1 of the Twitter API.

      The consumer key, secret and access token/secret are stored in the environment.

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