Obama gets ‘abused’ in China! See which president called him a ‘son of a whore’ after a Putin showdown & Chinese scolding

You can bet he’d rather be golfing!

President Barack Obama has responded to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte after a bombastic bout of name calling in China.

Duterte recently promised he’d walk up to Obama and curse him out if the two of them ever come face-to-face at the Summit in Laos. Obama is visiting Laos, a member of the 10-nation Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), for a series of meetings starting this week.

Along with his boast, Duterte called Obama a “son of a whore” ( loosly translated), according to the Mail.

“You must be respectful. Do not just throw away questions and statements. Son of a whore, I will curse you in that forum,” the Philippine President told the media in his country.

On Monday, Obama responded to Duterte’s attack saying the foreign leader was “colorful.”

“I have seen some of those colorful statements in the past. Clearly he’s a colorful guy,” Obama said. “Obviously the Filipino people are some of our closest friends and allies, the Philippines is a treaty ally of ours, but I always want to make sure if I’m having a meeting that it’s actually productive and we’re getting something done.”

Well, apparently the ball is in Duterte’s court.

Obama has had a tough time with foreign leaders during this last world tour.

Firstly, when Obama arrived in China, his national security adviser, Susan Rice, was accosted by a Chinese official on the tarmac.

Before the President exited Air Force One, there were altercations between a Chinese official and Rice, a White House press aide, and the Secret Service. The same Chinese official attempted to send away the U.S. press staff, at which point a female White House official told the Chinese official that Air Force One is an American plane and that Obama is our president. Reportedly the Chinese official angrily responded, “This is our country! This is our airport!”

Susan Rice called the altercation “not anticipated,” but others called the offhanded treatment no less than a snub meant to show the U.S. that China isn’t going to knuckle under to Americans.

That isn’t all. There were some tense moments between Obama and Russian strongman Vladimir Putin, as well.

As Obama and Putin met to discuss the war against ISIS in Syria, the press took a snapshot of the pair that many say shows Obama giving the Russian leader a “death stare.”

The meeting comes after the White House hinted that Obama thinks the Russians have been involved in “war crimes” in its war against ISIS.

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