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17 times Barack Obama was just seriously sound on Twitter

And unlikely to start World War III.

1. In a week where this tweet became the most liked in the history of Twitter, it’s a good time to remember when the President of the United States didn’t use the platform to nearly start a nuclear war and slag off Kristen Stewart

2. His regular shoutouts to Michelle were <3

3. And when he returned to his regular Twitter handle, he actually spoke like a normal human being! It was a revelation given who had just taken over his POTUS account

4. His Father’s Day messages are humble and friendly

Meanwhile, Trump:

haters Source: @realDonaldTrump

4. This is how he welcomed an election victory

5. And celebrated Valentine’s Day

6. He shared this lovely photo on their anniversary

7. Here’s how he celebrated the other great companion of his Presidency

8. His memes were actually well put together and not made in Microsoft Paint

8. He was gracious in victory

9. And always willing to compliment others

10. Updates on the Obama’s pet dog were always welcome

Would take that over riling up North Korea, tbh.

11. Halloween-appropriate tweets from the US President that won’t keep you up at night:

12. He used Twitter to send some sound messages to sports teams

13. It came across like he was actually into it

14. He shared playlists of tunes he was into

Trump’s Twitter passions:

kristen Source: @realDonaldTrump

15. Obama nearly always had a positive message of hope

16. And gave a shoutout to that kid who was arrested for bringing a clock to school

17. Even if you didn’t agree with his policies, you’d admit that his Twitter account was a classier, better example to set than its current incumbent

It was a simpler time: when you knew World War III wouldn’t be sparked by a petulant, immature tweet from the American President.

On we go.

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