President Barack Obama once again showed his egocentric side by making the brutal November 13 Paris terror slaughter all about him.
First of all, unlike other world leaders, the president failed to show up in Paris to offer his condolences and show his support. Instead, French President François Hollande came to him.
Secondly, he put himself and the first lady into the picture when the French president arrived.
“By my bed in the residence is a picture of me and Michelle in Luxembourg Gardens,” he told Hollande and the reporters at the joint press conference. “Kissing. Those are the memories we have of Paris.”
Obama even quipped about his graying hair.
After January’s Charlie Hebdo massacre and this month’s multi-targeted attack — both events the work of Islamic terrorists — Hollande’s vision of Paris is probably not quite so romantic.
Watch the clip, via The Gateway Pundit.
@gatewaypundit well he is a narcissist so….
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@gatewaypundit He's nothing is not predictable.
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H/T: The Gateway Pundit
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