If you were on social media or watched the news during the presidential election last year, it’s likely you saw President Barack Obama’s famous photo tweeted out from his Twitter account.
The photo, which featured Barack hugging the First Lady and the caption “Four More Years,” was the first official victory proclamation made by the president. It quickly became the most re-tweeted post of all time. Currently, it has nearly 800,000 re-tweets.
In its IPO filing that was made public today, Twitter said that the post was viewed more than 25 million times on its platform. It was part of a series of tweets that “inspired” the social network and demonstrated how its service was used around the world.