While President Obama reportedly complained to a young people’s town hall in Buenos Aires, Argentina, about Americans’ lack of foreign language skills, he managed to use his own shortcomings in that area to dodge a tough question about Donald Trump.
Washington Post reporter David Nakamura tweeted:
In Buenos Aires, Obama says he'd like Americans to have greater awareness of world outside our borders. Notes poor foreign language ability.
— David Nakamura (@DavidNakamura) March 23, 2016
President Obama is never more at home than when he is on foreign soil tearing down America.
@DavidNakamura When it comes to ISIS, Americans have plenty of knowledge about what goes on outside our borders. It's Obama who is clueless
— djm1992 Office of the President-Erect (@djm1992a) March 24, 2016
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