For the past four years, the tweets of Donald Trump have made countless headlines across the globe.
But following the election of Joe Biden, it looks like we're in for an entirely different brand of Twitter feed from The White House - not just from the president-elect, but his dogs too.
Yes, the presidential abode will be home to pooches once again come January, with Trump the first president since James K. Polk (1845 to 1849) not to bring a pet to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Better still, we'll be able to follow the shenanigans of Champ and Major on their very own dedicated Twitter account.
The page has already amassed more than 136,500 followers since it was set up yesterday (Sunday 8 November), and you can expect that number to continue to grow rapidly.
Indeed, if you can abide by the unrelenting clunky dog puns, it's definitely gonna be worth your follow. Or if you can abiden by the awful puns, I should say.
The account's bio reads: "We are the First Dogs of the USA, Champ and Major Biden. You can call us #DOTUS. We love nom noms, snuggles and we can't wait to explore the WH!"
Biden's victory in the election was historic, because it meant Kamala Harris became the first woman to be elected vice president.
However, Biden's triumph was historic for another reason - it meant a rescue dog would be moving into The White House for the first time.
German Shepherd Major was fostered from Delaware Humane Society in 2018, joining Champ, who has been a member of the Biden family since 2008.
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@First_Dogs_USA
Who said the American Dream was dead, eh?