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Obama’s anti-racism tweet is most liked ever on Twitter

Discrimination between white and black is increasing in America. The rally in Charlottesville on Saturday was turned into violence. Regarding this former US President Barack Obama tweet opened into big debated.

Obama tweeted the words of former South African President Mr. Nelson Mandela, saying: ‘No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion…’ In addition to this tweet, he shared a photo of children with two races peeping from a window.

Shortly after his tweet, it created a record of  2.8 million likes and 1.2 million retweets. This tweet stood first place in the list of the most liked tweets and fifth most retweeted Tweet. The rally in Charlottesville is known to be violent. A woman died and 19 wounded as protesters collided with a car. The statues of the martyrs who have fought for the country since then have been stripped of their origin but not from their race. In this context, Obama tweeted.



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