The beloved former President Barack Obama sent an emotional message to people via his Twitter account, wishing everyone all the best. Twitter users wished him and his family all the best as well and floo0ded the comments section with lots of praises.
‘Although our celebrations may look different this year, our unwavering faith remains the same. For me, Easter is a time of hope––a reminder of rebirth and renewal––and a belief in a better day to come. From my family to yours, we wish you all a blessed and joyful Easter,’ Obama posted on his Twitter account.
Although our celebrations may look different this year, our unwavering faith remains the same. For me, Easter is a time of hope––a reminder of rebirth and renewal––and a belief in a better day to come. From my family to yours, we wish you all a blessed and joyful Easter. pic.twitter.com/xEsgxOarQ5
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) April 12, 2020
A follower said: ‘Love and miss you, Mr. President. I’m a Young never trump Republican that dreams of running one day for Congress and bringing sanity back to the GOP. I want to lead in courage, kindness, and intelligence like you. Hope to make you proud.’
One other commenter posted this message: ‘Thank you Mr. President. It’s nice to have a President that knows Easter is happy, Good Friday is solemn. Trump still hasn’t passed this lesson in Chapter 1 of Christianity for Dummies.’
Someone else posted this: ‘My president and his beautiful family🥺love to see it!’
One other commenter posted the following message, bringing up President Donald Trump as well: ‘I viewed your Easter greetings and Trump’s. His was artificial, and yours was a genuine, heartfelt, and optimistic. Could you go to the White House and give him lessons, please?’
Obama was in the spotlight back in March when Joe Biden enlisted the former president to help him. Back then, Joe Biden was in self-isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has the whole world in lockdown.
He was busy searching for the best woman who can be his vice president.
Biden also confessed that he has been talking to former President Barack Obama about his decision.