Former president Barack Obama said he was a wreck when he dropped his daughter Malia off at Harvard University. The 44th commander-in-chief discussed move-in day when he appeared as the first guest on David Letterman´s new Netflix talk show ´My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman´.Obama then described how he speaks with the 19-year-old regularly because he´s ´pathetic´.Letterman´s interview with Obama marked the former president´s first television talk show appearance since he left office in January 2017. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO (Photos/Video) ´It was like open-heart surgery man,´ Obama told Letterman of moving his oldest daughter into her
What´s with all these nonsensical stories about Barack Hussein, lately? Why the attempt to bring him back into the news in a positive light? It´s been such a relieve not to see his flapping purple lips, not to mention the face of his bitter and very angry wife, every time you turn around. Shun them. They deserve it.
Has anyone seen photos of he and Michelle with the girls as babies? You know, like JFK and Jackie with John Jr. and Caroline. There is no provable record of them being family until he just popped onto the scene in 2004. Are they even his...or hers...if she is really a she.
If being with his children meant so much to him, why did he spend so much time away from them on the golf course? He didn´t seem to miss her when she lived in NYC working for Weinstein. He is such a mess. He is the one who needs a psychiatrist.
Thousands of parents drop their kids off at colleges across the country (usually in the fall, though a few also in winter) . It´s a rite of passage common to all. It would be interesting to see how many would have similar reactions to Obama. My guess is not too many.
#8 No pictures of Michael ´pregnant´, no right after birth baby pictures (nobody takes that kind of picture, right?), no first step pictures, the list is long. Those kids came right out of central casting. Barry Soetoro (his real name unless someone comes up with court documents proving he changed it) is, by all evidence a committed homosexual.
I give the Hawaiian a little space here. I cried when I dropped of both my boys at College. It was a significant ´moment´ in our lives!
Having said that, I would ask the former President how he knew what heart surgery felt like? He cannot stop knowing more than everyone else about everything that exists.
#20´s comment is interesting as well. I have always had a queasy type of feeling when I observed the way he acted around his oldest daughter, and her body language is uncomfortable too. I´m just sayin´
#metoo. When we dropped our son off at college, (the first to attend) I cried the whole 90 mile trip home. And I´m a man. Made driving a little difficult. Nevertheless, I have a hard time believing anything Hussein says. Must be nice to have a life of leisure; when you get bored you can pop up (and off) on some TV show...
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