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'Four more years': Obama victory photo is his most re-tweeted post

Updated 11/7, 8:00 a.m. ET: Minutes after NBC News had projected President Obama to win re-election, he celebrated late Tuesday by sending out a photo with the first lady titled simply, "Four more years." According to Twitter Government, this was the president's most re-tweeted missive ever (as of now, more than 600,000 and counting). 

Before he even gave his acceptance speech, he took to Twitter to thank voters directly: 

The TODAY anchors chat about the stories making headlines today, including the photo of President Obama hugging his wife that has become his most-shared tweet of all time with more than 500,000 retweets after the president sent it out to his followers to celebrate his victory.

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