The charts here are cropped so aggressively that they're difficult to compare systematically. It would be better to include the price axis labels. I think the grid is $1.00 for TradingView and $0.50 for Thinkorswim. In addition, the time axis labels should be clarified. I think the first TradingView candle outside the yellow-shaded (premarket) area is 9:30-10:00 ET; I think the Thinkorswim chart is labeled in CT so the corresponding candle is the "8:30" red one.
Given these interpretations, I find the TradingView chart more consistent with other sources, including what I see myself in Thinkorswim. The Thinkorswim chart shown here, which I am unable to replicate, shows a clear sign of inconsistency: The open of each candle is often far from the close of the previous (for TradingView, as you can see, they are quite close). They don't have to be identical, but should be within pennies if no break in trading occurred between the candles (obviously, this is for intraday and doesn't apply between one day and the next).