OBAMA DRAMA AT MANDELA MEMORIAL: An Angry Michelle Glares, Switches Seats With Barack
It’s a regular ‘ole Peyton Place unfolding at: Nelson Mandela’s memorial service in: South Africa.
The characters: The narcissistic — and who knew he was also flirtatious — President of the United States, the First Lady of the United States who looked wicked pissed, and Denmark’s dazzling, blonde Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt.
The setting: Johannesburg, South Africa at a memorial service for the former President Nelson Mandela.
The plot: The narcissist-in-chief was catching the rap with the blonde, while the wife looked on with the ‘ole hell hath no fury face and looking like she was going to smack one or both of them. At some point, first lady wife switches seats with flirtatious husband and plants self between the two.
President Obama then showed his utter disregard for the dignity of the office he holds and took a selfie of himself, Helle, and British Prime Minister David Cameron.
At a memorial service. For a world leader. Overseas representing America.
Epilogue: Unwritten at this time.
The tweets with photos,: all published by Twitchy, tell a thousand words. And is it any wonder “Michelle Obama” and “Danish PM” are trending on Twitter?
— Noah Wehrman (@MaxwellSilver3) December 10, 2013
The death glare pic.twitter.com/1MLqi1BImw
— JWF (@JammieWF) December 10, 2013
— Rand Simberg (@Rand_Simberg) December 10, 2013
Obama's selfie face: Just like ours! http://t.co/xGp88lF43H
— Evan Hill (@evanchill) December 10, 2013
This lmao! Michelle Obama vs Prime Minister of Denmark at Mandela's ceremony. pic.twitter.com/Rq4uF9fTaZ
— Stun (@TheBlogPirate) December 10, 2013
This post was used with the permission of BizPac Review.
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