Obama’s new Twitter comment stays with a office

May 19, 2015 - photo frame

When a subsequent U.S. boss takes office, he or she will have a new perk—an central Twitter comment prepared to go with millions of followers.

That’s since a comment launched Monday by President Barack Obama, @POTUS, or President of a United States, will stay with a office.

“The hoop comes with a house,” Obama tweeted in respond to a doubt from former President Bill Clinton, who pronounced he was “asking for a friend” in anxiety to his mother Hillary, a 2016 presidential hopeful.

The Tweeter-in-Chief, as one hashtag put it, inaugurated a comment with a joking tweet: “Hello, Twitter! It’s Barack. Really! Six years in, they’re finally giving me my possess account.”

While Obama has had a Twitter participation before—his debate comment @BarackObama has scarcely 60 million followers—@POTUS is a central Twitter comment for a U.S. president.

White House staffers and Twitter did not immediately respond to a ask for some-more information on because a comment was usually being set adult now for a president.

The comment will underline “tweets entrance exclusively from him,” a staffer wrote in a White House blog post. “@POTUS will give Americans a new venue to rivet on a issues that matter many to them.”

A print concomitant a post showed Obama tweeting with a smartphone from a Oval Office. Jen Psaki, White House executive of communications, said in a tweet , “to diffuse any difficulty that is not his iPhone.” Obama is famous to use a super-secure BlackBerry phone.

Obama tweeted usually 3 times on a account’s initial day, though he fast amassed scarcely 1.5 million followers. Many remarked on a likeness of @POTUS to @FLOTUS, an comment run by a Office of a First Lady, Michelle Obama, who is still somewhat forward of her father during 1.9 million followers.

And who does a U.S. boss follow? So far, 65 other accounts, mostly U.S. supervision agencies and officials, though also a few universities and sports teams in Chicago. A fan of a Chicago White Sox, Obama chose not to follow a Chicago Cubs.

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