The same day that President Obama hosted a dinner for Organizing for Action, which has been maintaining the @barackobama and Barack Obama Twitter and Facebook accounts all these years, the president announced that he’s launched his very own Facebook account under the name President Obama.
Oh good, Obama has a brand new Facebook page Josh Earnest just told us about
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) November 9, 2015
@KatiePavlich And it only cost them a billion dollars to make it. Way under budget…..
— JustASlice (@AmericanAsPie) November 9, 2015
@KatiePavlich Great, now we will know when his birthday is.
— Paulsy (@Paulsy01) November 9, 2015
@KatiePavlich OMG it's ridiculous the comments on there. People worship this man! All about climate change, it's called weather people
— Wanda (@Hapyhouswf) November 9, 2015
@KatiePavlich Well! That is more important to his voters than ISIS.
— Michael D. Sumner (@DMikesum) November 9, 2015
@KatiePavlich According to the seasonal adjusted figures, the creation of this FB page added 134,627 jobs.
— TexasTeufelhunden (@jacmotesdad) November 9, 2015
In his inaugural post, President Obama notes that with nearly 3 out of 4 adults using Facebook, the platform seems like “a place where we can have real conversations about the most important issues facing our country.” And the top issue facing the country, as we all know by now, is climate change. In a video, the president walks casually around his backyard and confesses that preserving “this beautiful planet of ours for our kids and grandkids” is always at the front of his mind.
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) November 9, 2015
At last, the president has found an outlet where he can share his thoughts on climate change.
Obama was so tech savvy when he slithered into office, but he's got 20 people tweeting for him and it took 7 yrs to get on Facebook.
— JWF (@JammieWF) November 9, 2015
— QuinMagenta (@QuinMagenta) November 9, 2015
Obama joins Facebook — and no, you can't friend him: https://t.co/MDLdIdRn61
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) November 9, 2015
Now on Facebook: President Obama https://t.co/bgxzPeIRVr
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 9, 2015
@nytimes good I need more FarmVille neighbors
— [error] (@File__Not_Found) November 10, 2015
— Richard Snodgrass (@richsnod) November 9, 2015
— Independent Journal (@INJO) November 9, 2015
Obama joined Facebook. Yawn. Waiting for him to join LinkedIn when he needs a new job next year.
— RUSS BENGT$ON (@russbengtson) November 9, 2015
@nytimes MySpace next week?
— M. Amsterdam (@emmdee22) November 9, 2015