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Obama’s ‘Most-Liked’ Tweet In Twitter History Buries Trump Between The Lines?

President Trump’s controversial stand on the horrific violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, has left a wake of heated debates. It has also left social media in an uproar. In the midst of this controversy, former President Obama tweeted his thoughts on Charlottesville and that tweet went viral to the extent of earning the “most liked” tweet in Twitter History. As some news outlets are reporting today, it was almost as if Obama was once again in the leadership role of the country, evident by the way folks flocked to his tweet.
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