Obama’s Malia joke in middle of tribute to Munich dead


‘Some of you are aware there were shootings in Germany. And we don’t yet know exactly what’s happening there, but obviously our hearts go out to those who may have been injured,’ the president said.

‘It’s still an active situation and Germany’s one of our closest allies. So we are going to pledge all the support they may need in dealing with these circumstances.’

After a pause, he reflected on the impact of the potentially terror-related attacks, and others like it, on Americans.

‘It’s a good reminder of something that I’ve said over the last couple of weeks,’ Obama said, launching into a list of ordinary daily-life activities that are threatened in the absence of good police and intelligence work.

‘Our way of life, our freedoms,’ he said, ‘our ability to go about our business every day, raising our kids’ – and suddenly the president’s mood shifted.

‘And seeing them grow up and graduate from high school, and now about to leave their dad,’ he continued, waving his hand and breaking the tension as the room erupted in laughter.

‘I’m sorry. I’m getting a little too personal. Getting a little too personal there,’ he said.

Obama then returned to the gravity he had discarded just moments before.

‘That depends on law enforcement,’ he said. ‘It depends on the men and woman in uniform every single day, who are under some of the most adverse circumstances imaginable at times, making sure to keep us safe.’

Friday morning, about one hour before the Munich gunman opened fire on a street outside a McDonald’s restaurant, Obama said in a joint press conference with Mexico’s president that Republican nominee Donald Trump has overreacted by drawing attention to crime and terrorism in his campaign rhetoric.

Read on to hear his delusional view of the world

‘This idea that America is somehow on the verge of collapse, this vision of violence and chaos everywhere, doesn’t really jibe with the experience of most people,’ Obama said alongside President Enrique Pena Nieto.
‘I think it is important to be absolutely clear here,’ he added, unaware of the bloodshed about to begin an ocean away.
‘Some of the fears that were expressed throughout the week just don’t jibe with the facts.’
The area around the Munich Olympia Shopping Centre has been sealed off. An electrical shop nearby is being used as a makeshift hospital to treat the casualties.
It was reported that at least one gunman fled into the city’s underground mass transport system, which has now been shut down.
Germany’s passenger rail authority also confirmed that Munich’s main train station has been evacuated.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said Friday in a statement that ‘our prayers are with all those affected by the horrible attacks in Munich. This cannot continue.’
‘The rise of terrorism threatens the way of life for all civilized people, and we must do everything in our power to keep it from our shores.’

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One thought on “Obama’s Malia joke in middle of tribute to Munich dead

  1. ‘I’m sorry. I’m getting a little too personal. Getting a little too personal there,’ he said.

    And he is the President of the United States???? Getting too personal? Do “they” care one bit for all these innocent victims. I doubt it. It’s all about their lives and families. First president to take selfies……he’s been loving himself way too much and careless about the rest. Shame on him!

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