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Biden shares his first message from ‘POTUS’ Twitter account opened for US presidents

“We do not have time to waste to solve the crises we are facing,” US President Joe Biden said in his first post on his Twitter account named “POTUS” owned by the US presidency. gave his message. 

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Today, Joe Biden, who is the 46th President of the US by taking an oath, made his first official post on social media.

“We don’t have time to waste to solve the crises we face. That’s why I’m here today. I’ll go to the Oval Office to take bold steps and provide the assistance American families need,” Biden said in a post on his Twitter account called “POTUS” reserved for US Presidents.

Gave his statement. Trump’s Twitter account was closed Following the January 6 Congressional crackdown in the USA, the Twitter account of former US President Donald Trump was closed on Friday, January 8.

Trump’s posts from his “POTUS” account were also deleted by Twitter.

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