US President Barack Obama, Justin Bieber

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President Barack Obama didn't just clinch a win against Mitt Romney—he snagged a huge victory over Justin Bieber, too!

His celebratory tweet "Four more years," which went up right after TV networks projected him the winner of the 2012 election, edged out a tweet by Biebs to become the most retweeted post of all time.

Per Buzzfeed, Obama's missive racked up more than 200,000 retweets in just 22 minutes, surging past the record held by Bieber for a tweet that paid tribute to his late fan Avalanna Routh, who died of cancer in September.

As of early Wednesday morning, Obama's victory post had racked up more than 608,000 retweets.

C'mon, Biebs: We're waiting for your concession speech.

2012 election night: Best and worst of Obama and Romney's final showdown

Here's what else went down last night:

2012 Election The votes are in, and Barack Obama is going to continue being president! Check out the best and worst from the election, celebs' tweets during coverage and after, stars' mock comments about Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock, and the lowdown on what was going on with Diane Sawyer.

Twitter Denial: Jennifer Lopez took to Twitter to refute claims that she got a hotel maid in Germany fired. 

RIP, Mom: "My mother was an enormous part of my life and of who I am today," Brooke Shields said of her mom, Teri Shields, who died last week at 79 after a battle with dementia.  

Broken Union: Grammy-winning folk duo The Civil Wars canceled their current European tour, as well as next year's planned trip to Australia and New Zealand, explaining via Facebook that their partnership has reached an impasse for the time being.

TV Land: Get the recap for Sons of Anarchy and a special sneak peek of Glee.

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