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It’s almost impossible to imagine that anyone in the Western world wouldn’t have a Facebook page, but here you go: President Obama got to expand his Internet presence one more digital step today with his very own Facebook page.

For his first post, Obama takes you through a friendly backyard walk at the White House, looking for “critters” and stuff. However, he uses it as a springboard to talk about more important matters, like global warming, and his mission to cut carbon emissions ahead of the climate talks in Paris.

See the full post below:

Hello, Facebook! I finally got my very own page. I hope you’ll think of this as a place where we can have real…

Posted by President Obama on Monday, November 9, 2015

Obama already has some pretty powerful friends. Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg and Katie Couric.

So far, he has nearly 300,000 likes, and over 12,000 shares for his first post. Not bad, considering he just joined Twitter in May.

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