Lin-Manuel Miranda poses with Obama on trip to DC
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"Stopped in DC to visit an old friend," Miranda said in a tweet. 

The former president and the Broadway star appear to have maintained a friendly relationship since Obama left office. 

Obama revealed last month that Miranda performed the first song in "Hamilton" for the first time while participating in a White House poetry slam.


On a separate occasion, Obama challenged Miranda to a freestyle rap contest in the White House Rose Garden.

Miranda has also performed for other former presidents. 

The cast of the hit musical performed for former President George H.W. Bush last month after he was initially released from the hospital. 

"A complete joy to welcome the “HamFam” — the cast and crew of @HamiltonMusical — to our Houston office for a special performance I will never forget. History never sounded so powerful," Bush said in a tweet. 

"The honor is ours, sir," Miranda replied in another tweet.