President Biden's X account changes Pride Month photo to Independence Day banner after being ROASTED by Libs of TikTok

"Great work everyone!!"

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
On Thursday, President Biden was called out on X over his account featuring a Pride Month photo instead of one honoring the Fourth of July holiday. The president discreetly changed his photo after the popular conservative X account Libs of TikTok shamed him over the matter, replacing it with one that said "Happy 4th of July."

"This is POTUS' X banner on the 4th of July," wrote Libs of TikTok along with an attached screenshot of the president's account.

The post drew criticism and resulted in individuals demanding Biden change it, claiming that the president "hates America."

About two hours later, Libs of TikTok declared victory and issued a follow-up post, announcing that the president had removed the Pride Month photo from his account. "We just forced some intern to work on a Federal Holiday and change the banner picture on the official POTUS account. Great work everyone!! Happy 4th of July!" wrote Libs of TikTok.

Thrilled users chimed in with one saying, "The power of free speech on X can't be overstated."

"Another win for the patriots on this platform," added another.

"X is MAGA country," another wrote.

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