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Barack Obama and Joe Biden reunited for lunch at a bakery in DC

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Barack
Obama and Joe Biden have a longstanding
bromance.

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  • Former President Barack Obama and former Vice President
    Joe Biden had lunch at Dog Tag Bakery in Washington, DC, on
    Monday.
  • They were spotted greeting fans and posing for photos
    as they walked out of the restaurant.

The Barack Obama and Joe Biden bromance is still alive and well.

The former president and vice president were spotted having lunch
together at a Washington, DC, bakery on Monday afternoon.

The pair ate at Dog Tag Bakery in Georgetown, where they greeted
fans and posed for selfies.

For their meal, Obama and Biden reportedly each asked for ham
sandwiches as dozens of people watched them order at the counter.
Obama also ordered a fennel salad.

Dog Tag Bakery is owned and operated by a nonprofit called Dog
Tag Inc, which supports veterans, military spouses, and
caregivers.

The bakery tweeted out a photo of Obama and Biden thanking them
for supporting their cause.

“Thank you @BarackObama and @JoeBiden for supporting our mission
of empowering veterans with service-connected disabilities,
military spouses, and military caregivers!” the bakery said.

As the pair left the restaurant, a crowd outside gave Obama and
Biden a large round of applause before the former president was
seen climbing into a large black SUV.

Obama and Biden have previously spoken about their warm
friendship with each other that started on the presidential
campaign trail.

In his farewell address at the end of his presidency, Obama said
having Biden as his vice president was the best decision he ever
made.

Obama’s outing with Biden comes just days after he was seen at a
Beyoncé and Jay-Z concert in Washington, DC, dancing with his
wife, Michelle.

The pair have long been fans of Beyoncé and Jay-Z. While the
former first lady previously attended shows as part of the On The
Run II tour in Landover, Maryland, and Paris, this was Obama’s
first time.

Biden, meanwhile, said in a speech in Colombia earlier this month
he would decide by January if he would run for president in 2020,
according to
USA Today
.

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