What passes as actual news from ABC:
Ice cream in the shape of Mt. Fuji, prepared at the request of the emperor, apparently tastes pretty darn good.
Asked by ABC News how he found last night’s state dinner dessert, Obama said it was “delicious.”
“They had the green tea at the bottom that I’ve spoken about having since I was 6,” he said. “I was very pleased.”
He later passed the compliment to the emperor and empress in person as he bid them farewell at the Hotel Okura.
“Thank you for last night it was such a nice evening,” Obama told the couple.
Whiel waiting for his royal highnesses, Obama told the press that he is jetlagged on day three of his Asian tour. “I’m still on the waking up at 4 thing,” he said.
He obviously never awoke for the 3 thing the night of Benghazi. How pathetic. Hard to believe nobody takes him seriously, huh? Meanwhile, as if future generations had it bad enough:
Chicago students vying for hard-to-get spots in the city’s most competitive public high schools will get a new selective enrollment high school named after President Barack Obama.
For parents frustrated with a gut-wrenching process that some have compared to getting their child into an Ivy League school, 300 additional freshmen seats come as welcome news.
How’s Failure Academy sound? Speaking of failure, his “foreign policy” is softer than his ice cream: