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Barack Obama’s Poignant Tweet In Response To Charlottesville Violence Now Most-Liked In Twitter History

Barack Obama’s response to the deadly violence Charlottesville has made history. In the wake of the attack by a suspected neo-Nazi that left one woman dead over the weekend, the former president turned to Twitter to offer some poignant words in what appeared to be an effort to promote healing. Obama posted a picture smiling at a diverse group of young children and added a quote about racism from Nelson Mandela.
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