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Back in November 2014, Kanye West tweeted that he and Kim Kardashian met President Barack Obama a month earlier.

He was tweeting out in support of Obama during the midterm elections; other than that, there was no photographic proof (aka no selfies) of Yeezus, Kim and Barack.

Until now, that is! Kim shared a #FBF group photo on Instagram and it’s, well, as revealing as it is sweet.

Yep, you guessed it: Kim went nude to meet the President. See the note that the Commander in Chief left for America’s reality TV royalty!

Wearing a skin-tight, nude top with a black blazer draped over her shoulders, Kim and Kanye look super chummy with the Prez despite all the shade-throwing between Kanye and POTUS.

#FBF POTUS

Uma foto publicada por Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) a

Obama’s note read: “To Kanye & Kim – Thanks for the support and best wishes to your lovely daughter!”

Aww.

In 2009, Obama called Kanye a “jackass” after the Taylor Swift/Beyoncé/VMA’s incident, in which Kanye lept up onstage during Taylor’s acceptance speech for Best Female Video and said Beyoncé deserved it more for her “Single Ladies” vid.

Kanye replied to Obama’s jab, saying, “He was just trying to be cool in a room full of people that would be judging him also. It’s just like ‘Ye, I know you can take that one on the chest so let me just say that right now.'”

Then in 2013, Kanye alluded to Ryan Seacrest that he and Kim were more influential than the Prez and Michelle Obama (and should have been on the cover of Vogue instead), telling him, “No one is looking at what [President Barack Obama] is wearing. Michelle Obama cannot Instagram a pic like what my girl Instagrammed the other day.”

Looks like it’s all water under the bridge however, since POTUS and Yeezus were all smiles in October 2014, and Kanye went out of his way to tweet his support for the most powerful man in the nation during the midterms in November: