George W. Bush And Bill Clinton Have The Most Adorable Social Media Bromance

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Let me start by saying that I absolutely LOVE both of these men and I always will. Bill Clinton is a genius and W. is a good ol’ boy from Texas who was my state’ Governor for years and his dad, George H.W. Bush, his Presidential library at my alma mater, Texas A&M University. For those of you ready to disagree with my opinion on these two great men, nobody cares what you think so use the comments section to express your insightful political views.

A couple of days ago, Bill Clinton tweeted to Dubya that he received his copy of “#41 by #43, George W. Bush.” He goes on to tweet “Touching tribute! #HowAreYouSTILLNotOnTwitter #PresidentialTweeters.” How freaking cute is this?! The former leaders of the free world refer to each other numerically AND THEY HASHTAG #PRESIDENTIAL TWEETERS!!! See for yourself…


Here’s how I imagine W. went about posting his response on Instagram:

First, he asks an intern to remind him how to open the “Intergram.” Then he asks the oldest member of his secret service squad which number president “Billy” was. After getting frustrated with trying to find the “number sign” on his new iPhone he hands it off to the guy that helped him open “Intergram” and tells him to “Twitter Billy” the following: “Thanks, 42! Hope you like the book about your pal, #41.” Then he tells him to throw a few of those “number sign” things on there and put “sincerely, brother from another mother.”

Here’s the actual post from the “georgewbush” Instagram account:


Their presidential hashtag jokes are probably THE MOST adorable thing in the world and it really makes me wonder how hilarious their text messages must be.

Cody Mack Sutton is a born and raised Texan that only took five and a half years to proudly graduate from Texas A&M University. If he had a resume, it would probably be long and distinguished. Often referred to by his family as a "Renaissance Man,” Cody is currently holding out for a Senior level management position with a corner office.

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