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@Whitehouse Celebrates the 2012 Olympic Games in London

Barack Obama's White House Presidential Office (D) posted a Blog Post on August 13, 2012 | 11:44 am - Original Item - Comments (View)

Like people all over the world, the White House has been using Twitter to celebrate the 2012 Olympic Games in London. 

As head of the Delegation in London, First Lady Michelle Obama  represented the White House at the Opening Ceremonies. While in London, she also met with Team USA to wish them luck, hosted a Let's Move event for over 1,000 American military children and British students, and cheered our Olympians as they competed. All along the way, she documented her travels on Twitter at @LetsMove.

On August 4th, President Obama dedicated his Weekly Address to letting our Olympic and Paralympic athletes know that that the American people could not be more proud of them, and thanked them for reminding us that we are one people, and by working together we can achieve great things. 

Additionally, throughout the Olympics, the President, First Lady, Vice President Biden and Dr. Biden took to Twitter to cheer on and congratulate Team USA. 

You can check out all of these moments and more below and over on Storify.

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