(WASHINGTON) — Bill Clinton, who is quickly leaving his predecessors and successors in the dust when it comes to social media, tweeted out a Presidents Day greeting on the social media site Monday afternoon.
In the process, he ribbed former President George W. Bush for his absence on Twitter with the hashtag “#HowAreYouNotOnTwitter?” Bush is the only president since President Reagan not to be on social media.
The younger Bush’s father, President George H.W. Bush, joined in December.
— Bill Clinton (@billclinton) February 17, 2014
President Jimmy Carter, who Clinton referenced as #39, has also skipped social media – at least for now.
So far, none of the other presidents have responded to Clinton’s Presidents Day greetings.
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