Many users of various social networks, including some public personalities in America, like Madonna or Stephen King, have posted online messages to show their profound appreciation after the speech announcing the ending of the US President Barack Obama’s mandate, writes The Telegraph newspaper online edition.
Madonna and Stephen King were among those who posted messages of thanks and praise for Obama at the end of his presidency term.
‘You will not hear anything as compelling and enjoyable long time from now on. Thank you, Obama’, wrote Stephen King on his Twitter account.
‘Goodbye, Mr. President! There will never be another one like you! Barack Obama, you’re a king among men!’, was Madonna’s message, posted on her account on the same social network.
While most Internet users have sent farewell messages, saying that even their pets will miss Obama, some have posted messages who asked him to start looking for ways to stay four more years at the White House, even if this is not legally possible.
Others have detailed their thoughts, welcoming the decency that Obama presented as US president. Many of those who have left messages on social networks were impressed by how Barack Obama has said goodbye to the American people after eight years at the White House.
The audience also appreciated the friendly relationship he had with Vice President Joe Biden.
Barack Obama burst into tears when he addressed his wife, Michelle: ‘for 25 years, you have been not only the mother of my children and my wife, but my best friend’.
‘You’ve turned the White House into a place that belongs to everyone. A new generation has higher standards, because they have you as a model. You made me proud. You made this country proud’, added Obama, according to People.com.