It looks like Obama is right where he belongs in Cuba. Does this picture tick you off as much as it does us?
President Obama and Cuban President Raúl Castro shook hands on Monday, kicking off a historic meeting at the Palace of the Revolution in Havana.
It is the first face-to-face meeting between the two leaders since Obama landed in Cuba on Sunday for a two-day visit intended to cement a new policy of openness between the two former Cold War foes.
Obama and Castro briefly exchanged pleasantries through an interpreter and smiled for the cameras.
The president told Castro about his time so far in Havana, which included a stop at a cathedral and dinner at a privately owned restaurant.
“We had a great tour yesterday,” Obama said. “Enjoyed it.”
“And we had a great dinner,” he added.
It marked the third meeting between Obama and Castro since both leaders announced in December 2014 they would begin to normalize relations.
Monday’s sit-down is the most substantial attempt yet by both leaders to make progress on 15-month-old thaw, a process that has proceeded in fits and starts amid longstanding disputes over economics, politics and human rights.
Read more: The Hill