Tweet Of The Day XVII

Tweet Of The Day XVII

Here’s a great example of the stark difference between the current American presidency and the last: in the wake of Trump’s horrific response to the Charlottesville tragedy, where he condemned “both sides” as responsible for the violence that occurred at a white supremacist, Neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Barack Obama tweeted a three-part quote from Nelson Mandela, the first tweet of which has become the most liked post in Twitter’s entire history.

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  1. Francis
    August 19, 09:32 Reply

    I wonder why it has more likes and less retweets. Like some people don’t want to seen openly embracing that wonderful assessment

  2. Delle
    August 19, 10:40 Reply

    Obama is such an inspiration. God! ?

  3. Simba
    August 19, 11:17 Reply

    Trump will later come to argue this… I HAVE MORE TWEET LIKES THAN ANYONE ALIVE coffefe.. #FakeNews

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