After president’s endorsement, Clinton and Trump exchange jabs on Twitter

(WHDH) It’s been a busy day in the race for President, and a new Twitter war is at the center of the discussion.

First it was Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders meeting with President Obama Thursday morning. Following the meeting, Sanders gave a brief statement vowing to stay in the race and compete in the Washington, D.C. primary next week – the final primary race of the election season.

Not long after the meeting between the Vermont senator and the president, presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton showed a video on her campaign website featuring President Obama endorsing Clinton.

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That prompted a quick response on Twitter from Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, who attacked Clinton and Obama.

Clinton responded with the following tweet:

Hillary Clinton currently has 6.6 million Twitter followers; Donald Trump has 8.7 million.

UPDATE: Trump has issued a response:

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