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As a disclaimer, I don't actually have Twitter credentials to test this. I can only look at this from a tool point of view.
You'll have to remove a forced error in the macro. Find the macro file and remove the "Read-only" restriction, then find Message (368) and put it in a disabled container. The macro seemed to be ready, but again, I don't have credentials to test so there could be difference in the Twitter API that I'm not aware of.
It appears the twitter search tool has been removed from the gallery. I don't see an explanation.
Twitter requires you to submit an application, now. I signed up a year ago and I cannot find any my account and or any history of it on twitter, but I didn't use it and it was likely disabled. Unfortunately, now I have a use for it and I have to redo the submission process. The process now is more thorough and requires a statement of your purpose and the request will be reviewed. I now have a need, and I'm a little disappointed I have to wait for approval. I suppose this is a response to the social media "fake news" / "bots" / etc that's been in the news -- trying not be political here.
The good news is that the API account still appears free, and while the search request only gives you the ability to look back 7 days, its still a fascinating data tool. Unless something else changes, you'll have to use your download tool skills to send the proper url, headers, etc.