After Charlottesville Protest, Obama's Tweet On Tolerance Becomes Most-Liked Ever

While the world continues to revolve around dismay over Donald Trump's lack of condemning the neo-nazi Charlottesville protest, it seems that the world is finding its solace elsewhere. 

Past POTUS and pop culture MVP Barack Obama shared his thoughts on Twitter, and has proceeded to take the top spot as most-liked tweet ever. 

The first in a series of three, the tweet quotes Nelson Mandela and engages with values of tolerance and equality. It comes in a time of need, and conveys a subtle sense of loyalty and support. The next two tweets continue:

"People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love...

...For love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite." - Nelson Mandela

Neither undermining nor disregarding any politician, policy or belief, it's hardly surprising that the opening of Obama's mini-thread is currently on 3.3 million likes, and counting.

Turns out, instilling fear and hatred into America's social dialogue isn't what's needed to unite the rest of the world.

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