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Father’s Day on Sunday meant that pretty much everyone was posting photos of their dads and husbands on social media.
Even celebrities aren’t immune to it.
Michelle Obama posted an adorable photo of Barack, with their two daughters Sasha and Malia on Sunday, with a heartfelt caption too.
Thank you for the way you love our girls—and all the young people in this country, no matter who they are or where… https://t.co/C00pTM5WNM — Michelle Obama (@Michelle Obama)
In the caption, she said:
“Thank you for the way you love our girls—and all the young people in this country, no matter who they are or where they come from.”
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The post on Instagram has over 2 million likes, with the majority of people in the comments wishing him a Father’s Day and calling him the ‘best president’.
President Obama has been back in the news recently, particularly as he spoke out about race relations in America during the Black Lives Matter protests.
On social media, people were huge fans of the post.
@MichelleObama President Obama’s legacy will live on in our hearts.
#HappyFathersDay ❤️🇺🇸 https://t.co/1lQqDxsbGx — Joan of Snarc ❤️🇺🇸🏹 (@Joan of Snarc ❤️🇺🇸🏹)
As for the current FLOTUS, the tone of her Father’s Day posts was markedly different.
On Melania Trump’s social media, she posted a close up photo of a yellow rose and wished “fathers everywhere” a happy Father’s Day.
Today we celebrate all fathers for their love, dedication & wisdom to help guide our youth to help them succeed & g… https://t.co/WJxFkGm70b — Melania Trump 45 Archived (@Melania Trump 45 Archived)
The differences between Melania and Michelle’s posts couldn’t be more clear.