After Donald Trump storms to US election win, it's time to #ThankObamaIn4Words

As Obama's term comes to an end, people are expressing sadness over that fact and #ThankObamaIn4Words has started trending. Some are in support of Trump.

FP Staff November 10, 2016 10:00:03 IST
After Donald Trump storms to US election win, it's time to #ThankObamaIn4Words

On Thursday, President Barack Obama will host Donald Trump in the Oval Office, hoping to ease a smooth transition of power and steady nerves after an election that has shocked the world.

This was something which was unimaginable for many people in the United States. While it is true that Trump has won the election, there are a lot of people who were shocked by this victory.

And now, as Obama's term comes to an end, people are expressing sadness over that fact and #ThankObamaIn4Words has started trending on Twitter.

Here are some of the most moving tweets:

However, as the above tweet suggests, there were also a considerable number of tweets against Obama and in support of Trump:

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