US President Barack Obama joins Facebook

By REUTERS
November 9, 2015 23:21

 
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He may be coming to the end of his presidency, but it's apparently not too late in the game for President Barack Obama to get on Facebook.

While many of the president's initiatives make it to the White House Facebook page, Obama is using his new 'public figure' Facebook page, opened on Monday, to advocate for environmental protection.

Analysts say they see Obama's commitment to reduce greenhouse gas as a key part of the president's legacy on fighting global warming before he leaves the White House.



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