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President Obama hopes this tweet will end the shutdown
By Ryan Teague Beckwith, Digital First Media
Updated: 10/02/2013 03:01:23 PM MDT
Obama hopes this tweet will end the shutdown
Can a tweet stop the government shutdown? No.But it can get a lot of retweets, very quickly. President Obama tweeted this from @BarackObama, his old campaign account (@whitehouse is the official government account) this afternoon:Retweet if you want this #shutdown to end.- Barack Obama (@BarackObama) October 2, 2013 Within minutes, thousands of people had retweeted it, including one of his chief Republican antagonists, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz: RT @BarackObama: Retweet if you want this #shutdown to end.- Senator Ted Cruz ...
"Obama hopes this tweet will end the shutdown"
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