While Obama was kicking back with a communist dictator in Cuba, these were the two Americans that were killed in the Brussels terrorist attacks.
A brother and sister who were living in New York have been confirmed dead in the Brussels terror attacks.
The family of Sascha and Alexander Pinczowski have learned that the two were killed in the Tuesday bombing at Brussels Airport.
The siblings were on the phone to their mother in Holland when the first explosions were heard and the line went dead.
Earlier Friday, U.S. officials said that two Americans had been confirmed dead, but did not reveal their identities.
It’s uncertain whether the Pinczowski siblings were the casualties officials were referring to. The siblings were Dutch citizens, but had been living in America. At least two Americans remain missing after the attacks, married couple Justin and Stephanie Shults from Kentucky.
Read more: Daily Mail
According to Breitbart:
Secretary of State John Kerry confirmed the American deaths in a news conference with Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel: “The United States is praying and grieving with you for the loved ones of those cruelly taken from us, including Americans, and for the many who were injured in these despicable attacks,” he said, according to the Wall Street Journal. The identities of the American dead are unknown. Several Americans were also wounded.
In the immediate aftermath of the attacks, President Barack Obama declined to cancel or tone down his schedule in Cuba and Argentina. He joined Cuban dictator Raúl Castro at a baseball game in Havana on Tuesday, where he was seen doing “the wave,” and he and the First Lady danced the tango at a state dinner in Argentina on Wednesday.