Twitter Roasts Biden's Tweet of Bracelet Photo for Obama on 'Best Friends' Day

Joe Biden continued showing his affection for his friend, and former President of the United States Barack Obama, with a photo tweet of a bracelet on "Best Friends Day" Saturday.

On what is called #BestFriendsDay on Twitter, Biden posted a photo of a bracelet that had the letters "JOE" and "BARACK" spelled out on a twined bracelet that also had a smiley face next to a crossed section of the bracelet near the names of the two former leaders.

Biden served as vice president all eight years Obama was the president, and now Biden is the frontrunner among a crowded field of contenders for the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee.

And on the day social media dubbed as the time to tag that best friend, Biden tagged the 44th President of the United States.

"Happy #BestFriendsDay to my friend, @BarackObama."

The gesture on Saturday isn't unprecedented, as this tweet by ABC News shows Biden saying all memes of him and Obama being good friends are true.

"All those memes? All those memes are basically true. Except I want to make it clear: Barack did the first friendship bracelet, not me."

Biden and Obama always claimed they had a close friendship while serving the top two elected seats in America and after they left office in January 2017. However, Twitter was quick to react to Biden's post on Saturday evening, both favorable and unfavorable to Biden.

And here they are.

Matt Leeds quoted, "To Joe Biden, the scrappy kid from Scranton who became Delaware's favorite son: you were the first decision I made as a nominee & the best. Not just because you have been a great Vice President, but because in the bargain, I gained a brother." President Barack Obama.

Tim Young, who calls himself a political comedian and host, said "He's such a good friend that he wont endorse you for President..."

Sra. Rosa said an Obama endorsement could be more harmful than good.

"I think an endorsement from Obama could do more harm than good in this climate. I'm sure the veteran politicians have given this some thought as far as timing and consequences."

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U.S. President Barack Obama (R) and Vice President Joseph Biden (L) share a moment during a statement on the election results at the Rose Garden of the White House November 9, 2016 in Washington, DC. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has won the election and will become the 45th president of the United States. Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images
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