How you can keep following the President Obama, First Lady Michelle, and others; White House Shareables
President Barack Obama presents the First Lady with a Valentine's Day card on the State Floor of the White House
After January 20, 2017, President Obama will use the following accounts:
- @BarackObama on Twitter
- For updates on the Obama Presidential Center, you can follow @ObamaFoundation on Twitter
First Lady Michelle Obama
You can follow First Lady Michelle Obama after January 20, 2017 at the following accounts:
- @MichelleObama on Twitter
- Snapchat: MichelleObama
Vice President Biden
You can follow Vice President Biden after January 20, 2017 at the following accounts:
Dr. Jill Biden
You can follow Dr. Jill Biden after January 20, 2017 at the following accounts:
White House Shareables
Over the past eight years, the President, the First Lady, and the Obama White House have used social media and technology to engage with people around the country and the world on the most important issues of our time. From the very beginning, our mission has been to reach people on the channels and platforms where they already spend their time. This work began before President Obama took office in 2009, and, now, this work will continue.
As this Administration draws to a close, we wanted to share how you can continue to follow and engage with President Obama, the First Lady, and other Obama White House officials, as well as how you can find content posted over the past eight years after January 20, 2017. Moving forward, the President and First Lady can be followed on familiar handles: @BarackObama and @MichelleObama.
In October, we laid out plans to preserve and pass on the digital legacy of the Obama administration and have been working to ensure this unprecedented digital transition meets three key goals. First, we are preserving the material we’ve created with the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Second, we are working to ensure these materials continue to be accessible on the platforms where they were created, allowing for continued access to the content posted over the past eight years. Finally, we are working to ensure that the next White House and future administrations can continue to use and develop the digital channels we have created to connect directly with the people they serve.
We are grateful to the people around the country and the world who have engaged with us online over the past eight years. We listened to you, we learned from you, and we strove to create opportunities for you to play an active role in your government by fulfilling the most important role in our government: the role of citizen.
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