Hopefully he'll accept our friend request!
On Monday, President Barack Obama officially joined Facebook!
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The 54-year-old posted
Prince Harry spent the day on Tuesday with none other than President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama.
The royal was visiting Washington, D.C. while promoting the 2016 Invictus Games — a multisport event launched in 2014 for wounded veterans. As a recent retiree from the British Army, supporting those injured while serving their country is very important to the 31-year-old.
First up on the agenda for his trip to Capital City, was a tour at Virgina's Fort Belvoir with FLOTUS and Dr. Jill Biden, the vice president's wife — where they visited with wounded members of the military and even took in a basketball game.
Not bad company!
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Later, Harry had his first ever one-on-one meeting ever with President Obama to discuss the campaign. POTUS told reporters:
At least Brown University is saying sorry!
Last week, Malia Obama visited the prestigious Brown University, one of the many top colleges on her application list.
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While touring is often a private and special experience for prospective students, this was NOT the case for Malia.
Shortly after the 17-year-old's trip, photos of her enjoying a college party surfaced on the internet. Not to mention many Brown students lived blogged her every move on campus, a fact that was very embarrassing to the more respectful pupils at the university.
In an essay published in The Brown Daily Herald, a few editors apologized for student body's behavior during Obama's trip, citing an article which described the students as having "no chill".
The authors complained:
This isn't too surprising.
Election time is right around the corner which means we're down to the wire for candidates wanting to throw their hat in the ring.
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In terms of the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are leading the field of hopefuls in the polls, but there's been one other possible contender everyone's been waiting on — Vice President Joe Biden.
Recently there's been a lot of talk about whether or not Biden will run, but the VP has made it official by saying he will NOT be campaigning for the presidential nomination.
In a statement at the White House Rose Garden with President Barack Obama in attendance, the 72-year-old politician said: