US President Barack Obama Joins Facebook Community; Makes His First Post Too!
Barack Obama has always remained one of the most followed leaders of the world, when one talks about Twitter especially. The good news is now that the President is on Facebook too. The Facebook community is more than happy to have him on the social media outlet as end numbers of fans are flocking to his page to read his recent post.
According to reports, 54-year-old Obama created a Facebook account on Monday. He definitely is an influential leader and in his first post, Obama addressed about climate change. He wrote eloquently, “We’ve got to preserve this beautiful planet of ours for our kids and grandkids.”
Mark Zuckerberg welcomed Obama to FB by leaving a comment on his post, “I’m excited that you’ve joined our community, and I look forward to seeing how you engage with people here on Facebook.”
Obama in his post mentioned that much progress has been made to lessen carbon pollution at homes, and America is also encouraging other countries to take action. Obama said that in few weeks he would be visiting Paris with the objective to meet leaders of the world and have a global agreement on solving the problem world is facing today.
President Obama has taken the oath of office to begin second term as President in 2013. He has also posted the picture memorable event on his Facebook timeline.
But it is Barack Obama’s post on climate change that is making news these days; as no skepticism entertained, it is the issue for which resolution is needed as early as possible. The 44th and current President also posted a video on his timeline that accompanied the post. In the post, the first African American to hold the office can be seen taking walk in the national park which is also colloquially referred as his back yard. See video here.
Nearly two months back Obama’s video in which he stood next to a glacier in Alaska’s Kenai Fjords National Park, also passed the message that he was serious about taking huge initiative to solve climate change issue.
Photo Source: Barack Obama/Facebook