Obama wasn’t going to let the terrorist attacks that killed dozens in Brussels deter him from having a good time at a baseball game in a communist country. Check out what he had to say to ESPN when asked about it.
President Obama was all smiles this afternoon as he watched an exhibition baseball game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban national baseball team – just hours after ISIS terrorists killed at least 34 people in Brussels.
Settling down with wife Michelle, daughters Sasha and Malia and Cuban dictator Raul Castro, Obama appeared carefree as he enjoyed the game – ignoring calls to cut short his historic trip to return to Washington and lead the response.
Indeed, despite criticism that he only devoted one minute of his speech earlier in the day to the Belgian atrocities, Obama took the time to give a somewhat surreal 15-minute interview to ESPN about the threat posed by ISIS – keeping his $500 shades on throughout the spot.
After observing a moment of silence for the hundreds of victims, a relaxed Obama said, ‘This is just one more example of why the entire world needs to unite against these terrorists.’
‘The notion that any political agenda would justify the killing of innocent people like this is … is beyond the pale.’
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