Watch: Obamas booed at college basketball game

The Obama family was met with noticeable booing from the crowd during a basketball game Sunday, a possible sign of the president’s ever-plunging approval ratings.

The first family attended the match-up between the University of Maryland Terrapins and the Oregon State Beavers, which Michelle’s brother, Craig Robinson, coaches.

The Obamas generally try to catch a Beavers’ game whenever the team plays in the Washington area, but this time, their attendance drew criticism in light of the Midwest tornadoes. For example, there was this from the American Thinker:

While families across the Midwest were reeling from tornadoes and storm damage, President Obama spent four hours playing golf Sunday (his 151st round of golf as president) and then took in a college basketball game at the University of Maryland.

Twitter posts were also critical, such as these posted by Fire Andrea Mitchell:

Obama booed tweets

Watch this YouTube video, which shows the mixed reaction to the first family:

Here’s another version from the ACC, which conveniently leaves out the booing:

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