2015 in Review: The White House’s Year on Facebook
With New Year’s Eve just around the corner, we’re taking a look back at our year on Facebook. We’re always looking for new ways to engage with the American public, and this year we spoke with more Americans on Facebook than ever before.
We reached more than 5.3 million followers on the White House Facebook page. We answered questions from the public on how we can welcome refugees while ensuring the safety and security of Americans; on the President signing into law a bipartisan bill to revise and replace No Child Left Behind; and on the President’s actions to promote rehabilitation and integration for the formerly incarcerated. And, the President even launched his own Facebook page to have real conversations with the American people about the most important issues facing our country.
To engage with us on these and many other important issues, follow the White House on Facebook at facebook.com/WhiteHouse and President Obama at facebook.com/POTUS. And take a look back at these 12 important moments from the White House and President Obama on Facebook in 2015:
April 5, 2015: When the First Family took a new family photo:
April 25, 2015: When we met Luther, the President’s anger translator:
November 9, 2015: When President Obama launched his very own Facebook page:
By Pete Souza, Chief Official White House Photographermedium.com
by Pete Souza, Chief Official White House Photographermedium.com
Read the President’s full remarks from the Rose Garden and learn more at WhiteHouse.gov/Iran-Deal.medium.com