By Melony Roy

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Vice President Biden silenced the will-he-won’t-he game dubbed “Biden Watch” online with
a statement today from the White House’s Rose Garden.

Social media had a lot to say about Biden 2016 decision.

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#BidenWatch is officially over but the conversation continues online. Some presidential hopefuls reacted on Twitter.

Hillary Clinton tweeted “.@VP is a good friend and a great man. Today and always, inspired by his optimism and commitment to change the world for the better. -H”

Bernie Sanders tweeted: “I thank @VP for his continued service to the nation and his support of the middle class.”

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U.S. Rep Brendan Boyle U.S. back tracked from an earlier tweet saying Biden was running now tweeting “I’m surprised. Clearly something changed. Like many, I admire & respect VP Biden. In the meantime I’ll stick to my day job!”

And there were also some references to ‘Back To The Future.’

Others were just sad about his announcement.

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