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"Speaking of Change Mr. President, what do you think of that?! — Oh, I was looking at her bare feet! — Oh, were you, now?"
U.S. President Barack Obama and France’s President Nicolas Sarkozy were caught admiring 16 year-old Brazilian junior G8 delegate Mayora Tavares’ ‘backside’ when the two leaders were taking their places for a family photo-op with junior G8 delegates at the G8 summit in L’Aquila, Italy.
Obama’s speech at the National Academy of Sciences on April 27th hit a brief snag when Obama got ahead of his script. Laying his plan for a President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, Obama began to name the members of PCAST listed in his prepared remarks – before realizing he’d already introduced them, earlier in his speech.
We have here President Barack Obama bowing to a king, which has never happened in our history. Not only that, but a Muslim king. Obama did not bow to Queen Elizabeth. To make matters worse, Obama is now denying that he bowed, when its very clear exactly what he did.
Different setting, different Obama. Gone are the constant "ahhhhs," long blank pauses and stiffness that we saw earlier this morning. I thought the teleprompter was his savior until this little glitch happened at his French Town Hall. YouTube removed the video but TeleprompterPresident.com found it again!
Accompanying President Barack Obama to the G-20 in London were a total of 500 officials including 35 vehicles, 4 speech writers and 12 teleprompters. Perhaps Obama should have packed more than twelve teleprompters.
Whose fault is credit crunch Mr Obama? Ummm, pause...
Barack Obama the World's Greatest Orator (™all news organisations), didn't exactly cover himself in glory when the BBC's political editor Nick Robinson asked him a question about who was to blame for the financial crisis. Normally word perfect, Obama ummed, ahed and waffled for the best part of two and a half minutes. Here, John Crace decodes what he was really thinking ...