Saturday, December 2, 2017

Trump and Obama At War For Cyber-Space

President Donald Trump met with Obama at the White House cite the meeting 'excellent'.   
President Donald Trump has always boasting about his social media savvy and often taken pride in his Twitter account that has followers of more than 40 million people. But now, former President Barack Obama has also fold his sleeves to remind you that he has more than double the followers as compared to Donald Trump. In fact Obama appeared subtly to shade his Twitter-obsessed successor with more scores on cyber space. During his recent visit to India, where he attended the Leadership Forum in New Delhi, India, on Friday.
 Obama in India
Former President of U.S Barack Obama spoke at Leadership Forum in New Delhi, India’s capital on Friday AP.
In a conversation with journalist Karan Thapar at the Hindustan Times he said: “I’ve got 100 million Twitter followers. I actually have more than other people who use it more often.” “I actually have more than other people who use it more often,” he added, prompting laughter from the audience who interpreted it as a ding against Trump. (For the record, Obama actually has 97.4 million followers. Trump has 43.8 million). 
He further added that,  “I think it’s important to be mindful about both the power of these tools and also its limits and to understand it can be used for both good or for ill,” Obama added, during a more general discussion on technology. Obama later issued this advice for people using social media:
“Think before you tweet,” Obama said, echoing words of wisdom that wife Michelle Obama shared about social media earlier this week. The former first lady also seemed to take a jab at Trump’s tweets when she said at an event about girls education in Toronto, Canada, on Tuesday: “You need to edit and spell check.”


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