Obama campaign tweets Black Friday deals

Obama campaign tweets Black Friday deals

As shoppers snapped up Black Friday deals around the United States, US President Barack Obama's re-election campaign also jumped into the fray, offering discounts on 2012 merchandise.

US President Barack Obama speaks to the press on November 21 in Washington DC. As shoppers snapped up Black Friday deals around the United States, Obama's re-election campaign also jumped into the fray, offering discounts on 2012 merchandise.

"This Black Friday, take 10 percent off all purchases of #Obama2012 gear," the Obama campaign said in a message to the nearly 11.3 million followers of the official @BarackObama Twitter feed.

The tweet included a link to the Obama campaign's online store at BarackObama.com, which offers $5 bumper stickers, $55 sweatshirts, $35 yoga pants, $20 coffee mugs, $10 dog bowls and a host of other items.

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