Obama tapes Anthony Bourdain reality food show in Hanoi; Donald Trump is probably very confused

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President Obama seems to have a hard time following his own advice.

Earlier this month, Obama criticized Donald Trump and his campaign for not treating the office of president respectfully. “This is a really serious job. This is not entertainment,” Obama said. “This is not a reality show.”

Then, in classic “do as I say, not as I do” form, he took his show on the road to Vietnam, filming a dinner with TV chef Anthony Bourdain for an upcoming episode of the CNN food and travel program “Parts Unknown.”

Obama and Bourdain met in the Hanoi restaurant where, according to Bourdain, they enjoyed noodles and beer. Bourdain even paid the bill.

And in a celebrity moment, Obama emerged out of the restaurant to a crowd of cheering fans.

Social media users wasted no time calling out the president for his double standard.

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