Here are all the jokes about President Obama starting a digital media company

Mic founder Jake Horowitz reported Friday afternoon that President Obama has been "discussing a post-presidential career in digital media." The White House swiftly denied it, but that didn't stop journalists from cracking wise about the possibility:

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https://twitter.com/willsommer/status/804785468328054785

https://twitter.com/NickBaumann/status/804785678290657280

https://twitter.com/jackshafer/status/804785914824245248

https://twitter.com/GrahamDavidA/status/804785919815516160

https://twitter.com/samsteinhp/status/804789507216310273

https://twitter.com/ylichterman/status/804789275464241152

https://twitter.com/ClaraJeffery/status/804788749141803008

https://twitter.com/ClaraJeffery/status/804789426035376128

https://twitter.com/MikeIsaac/status/804787772951121920

https://twitter.com/MikeIsaac/status/804786388616916992

https://twitter.com/dceiver/status/804786662551207936

https://twitter.com/ylichterman/status/804793176624164864

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    Benjamin Mullin is the managing editor of Poynter.org. He previously reported for Poynter as a staff writer, Google Journalism Fellow and Naughton Fellow, covering journalism innovation, business practices and ethics.

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