Obama sends his first tweet

Published: 7 July 2011 y., Thursday

U.S. President Barack Obama took to Twitter on Wednesday (July 6) to press his economic agenda, using the popular social media site to tweak Republicans and advocate for a deal to reduce the deficit.

Šaltinis: Reuters
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