Why we can see the photo in twitter.com but there is media entity found in API

api

#1

Like this post https://twitter.com/KwanDermatology/status/837784951084969984
We can’t find any media data with API.
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“text”: “If your favorite foundation doesn’t contain SPF, we suggest applying a broad spectrum sunscreen before application.… https://t.co/QhZXk7JSwb”,
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#2

The key here is truncated: true. You need to send tweet_mode=extended with your requests