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Tweeter-In-Chief to Bill Clinton: ‘Know Anyone Interested in @FLOTUS?’

President Barack Obama made history Monday (at least according to media coverage and the White House) by joining the social media network Twitter… again.

The White House announced[email protected] now the official Twitter account for the President of the United States. This is separate from the president’s @BarackObama account started in 2007 and run by Organizing for Action in which personal messages are signed “-bo.” And until a new president takes over the office, the username and profile pic are that of Obama.

Here is Obama’s first official presidential tweet:

That was followed by a welcome from his wife Michelle’[email protected]:

Former President Bill Clinton gets the honor of receiving the first official reply from Obama himself. The two envisioned a possible outcome in the upcoming 2016 elections:

The White House celebrated these and other tweets under the president’s new account:

Something pretty big happened today. Perched on the edge of the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office, the President sent his very first tweet [email protected] The Internet got pretty excited about it. So we pulled together 10 of our favorite replies from Day One of [email protected] account.

Messages to the president poured in from Ellen DeGeneres, Vice President Joe Biden, the Chicago Bulls, the Chicago White Sox, and even from Twitter:

The White House posted video of the “historic” event to YouTube:

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