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BARACK OBAMA RUMORS & GOSSIP

President Obama on faith, getting old and gun violence with Marc Maron

Last Friday, President Barack Obama came to Marc Maron’s garage for an interview on the WTF podcast (the show ran Monday), days after the unspeakable tragedies in Charleston, S.C., and days before the Supreme Court determines the future of the Affordable Care Act — and, by extension, determines a large chunk of Obama’s legacy. Maron was unusually nervous during the introduction...
Via Bloguin Best
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Barack Obama Meets the Nationals Racing Presidents

Barack Obama has only tweeted 31 times, which, if you’re counting, is about 31 tweets too many or a gajillion-and-a-half tweets too few depending on which side of the proverbial aisle you reside. Suffice it to say, when the President DOES tweet…he makes them count. I challenged them to a race. pic.twitter.com/FpEUTnYgoD — President Obama (@POTUS) June 12, 2015 Thursday,...
Via Hall of Very Good
21 days ago  |  Discuss

President Obama Challenges the Washington Nationals Presidents to a Race

President Barack Obama is a well known sports fan. His love of all teams from Chicago has been pretty well established in the media. He's commented on controversies, his NCAA bracket gets national attention, and he offers up his opinion about the NBA Finals just like any other fan. Since he is not just any other fan though his opinions get more coverage.Thursday he was at the annual...
Via FatManWriting
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Barack Obama: No one can outshoot Stephen Curry

President Barack Obama is a busy man, but on Thursday he set aside some time to answer questions via his new Twitter account. The president responded to inquiries about climate change, student loans, and even managed to get some sports in there, specifically basketball. As a noted Bulls fan, there was little surprise Obama had...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 28, 2015  |  Discuss

President Obama Doesn't Think Anyone Can Out-Shoot Steph Curry

In case you haven't noticed, the President of the United States is a bit of a sports fan. President Barack Obama had a mini Twitter Q&A...
Via Athlon Sports
May 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Eastern Conference Finals: The Cavs will win if…

After six years in banishment, the Cleveland Cavaliers have returned to the Eastern Conference Finals. A lot has changed since 2009: Then-President Barack Obama was trying to connect with the Twitter generation; Mad Men was receiving the praise of consumers; Taylor Swift was owning the Billboard charts; the Cleveland Browns were looking to improve upon a sub-.500 season; the Cleveland...
Via Waiting For Next Year
May 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Cubs and Sky point out President Obama did not follow them on Twitter

After having his tweets appear under the official account for the White House, President Barack Obama now has his very own Twitter account. Hello, Twitter! It's Barack. Really! Six years in, they're finally giving me my own account. — President Obama (@POTUS) May 18, 2015 Not surprisingly, many of the accounts the president follows are...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 18, 2015  |  Discuss

N.C. State’s Cat Barber: “The F*** Is Wrong With Barack Obama?”

N.C. State, the No. 8 seed in the East Region, shocked No. 1 seed Villanova last night to advance to the Sweet 16. After the 71-68 victory, Wolfpack guard Cat Barber used colorful language in calling out President Barack Obama for picking Villanova to not only beat N.C. State but advance all the way to the national championship. Barber is not the first person to call out Obama...
Via College Spun
March 22, 2015  |  Discuss

West Virginia Trolls President Obama After Mountaineers Beat Buffalo

We’ve got a new trend in the college basketball world, and the President of the United States is involved. Thursday, after Georgia State shocked Baylor, head coach Ron Hunter called out President Barack Obama for failing to pick the Panthers. Now, Friday, after West Virginia took care of business against Buffalo, the Mountaineers did the same. WVU’s Twitter account tweeted directly...
Via College Spun
March 20, 2015  |  Discuss

President Obama weighs in on Lions-Cowboys controversy

The Dallas Cowboys penalty fiasco has gotten so serious that even the president was asked to give his two cents.   Barack Obama talked about the controversial non-call on the Cowboys that helped lead them to a 24-20 NFC wild-card win over the Detroit Lions in an interview with The Detroit News on Tuesday. The president is a fan of Detroit’s division rival Chicago Bears, but...
Via NESN.com
January 06, 2015  |  Discuss
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