Former president Barack Obama sent several tweets on Inauguration Day, indicating his return to his original Twitter handle, @BarackObama, and promoting his new website. Sunday afternoon, he sent his first tweet since the day he handed over the presidency to Donald Trump.
The ex-POTUS tweets https://t.co/C7W7FOWGdp
— Josh Lederman (@joshledermanAP) January 22, 2017
He shared a New York Times piece from last week on letters written to him throughout his presidency.
I read letters like these every single day. It was one of the best parts of the job – hearing from you. https://t.co/so1luBcszV
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) January 22, 2017
Of course, the onslaught of emotional tweets and tears from his fans was immediate.
— Andre Plaut (@andreplaut) January 22, 2017
Please come back and be my President forever!!!! ? https://t.co/o92N5nBohZ
— Nohely (@Nohelyyyy) January 22, 2017
Fascinating and touching at the same time. https://t.co/TXSu9Nc6Io
— George Zaidan (@georgezaidan) January 22, 2017
So this one from the Times made me cry. https://t.co/DxYTzL4xcy
— Sheilah Schneider (@ssheilah) January 22, 2017
I love this man!!!!!! https://t.co/HTYMpZmZYq
— cham (@chamyonce) January 22, 2017
You are the people's President and always will be. https://t.co/faSCoW7r22
— Janice Abbey (@jdabbey) January 22, 2017
I deadass became glassy eyed just reading this tweet. https://t.co/KoLLbd97Ii
— .jpeg (@truebuffet) January 22, 2017
I am crying again. Harder this time. Mix of hope, Loss, grief, frustration. We will miss you more than my tears can express! https://t.co/ASFng8grGA
— Peggy Denness (@Mardenness) January 22, 2017
Get a grip. He’s only been out of office for two days.