A small girl with a big message caught the president's attention on Twitter.
Five-year-old Yasmeen from Virginia wrote a letter to President Obama asking that he "stop war for our world," adding that countries should have a meeting instead.
She also asked the president to "give a speech to tell everyone they can marry who they want."
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Her aunt, Dr. Fahmida Zaman, a psychologist in San Francisco, tweeted a picture of the letter to the president — and the commander in chief responded.
He wrote: "Tell your niece I really like her letter. Couldn't agree more!" he wrote. It was only Obama's sixth tweet since getting his own account.
"The fact that he responded to a letter that a 5-year-old wrote, to be able to share with her that her words got to the president was pretty remarkable," Zaman said.
The message has been retweeted more than 3,000 times.