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Barack Obama tweet’s just became the most ‘liked’ in Twitter’s history

Barack Obama tweet’s just became the most ‘liked’ in Twitter’s history

Barack Obama tweet’s just became the most ‘liked’ in Twitter’s history

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Former President Barack Obama has made history again, it appears. This time his mark has been made in the Twitter universe, on the back of a message and photo that he posted Sunday in response to the weekend’s violent and racially charged protests in Charlottesville, Va.

“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion,” was Obama’s message, partially quoting remarks from former South African President and activist Nelson Mandela’s 1994 biography “Long Walk to Freedom.” It is accompanied by a picture (see below) of him greeting a diverse group of children at a day-care center’s window.

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