US President Barack Obama plays Daniel Day-Lewis playing Obama in a Steven Spielberg spoof follow-up to his film Lincoln. The video sketch was made for the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner, held on Saturday night in Washington (local time).
Mehdi Ouazzani isn’t the devil, but he has played one on TV – only he didn’t realise that some thought he looked like President Barack Obama while he was at it.
The History Channel’s current series The Bible features a Satan who just happens to look like Barack Obama. Cue the standard media controversy
The Force is strong with Barack Obama. The US President has bounced back from a galactic mix-up after he fused two Star Wars and Star Trek references into one at a press conference
Two weeks ago, as the prosecution made its final points in his corruption trial, a pale Rod Blagojevich listened nervously as his wife, Patti looked on, sullen and indignant, from the bench, the arms of her brother around her. It was as if they could feel what was coming.
It was inevitable that Barack Obama’s decision to draw down 33,000 troops from Afghanistan by the end of next summer would be controversial.
Many Afghans had been awaiting Barack Obama’s announcement of a troop drawdown with a mixture of dread and happiness. In Kabul, the big surprise was not the announcement that U.S.
President-elect Barack Obama said Tuesday the deficit appears on track to hit $1 trillion soon. Speaking to reporters after meeting with top economic aides, Mr
Beyond the broad smiles, the jokes about Hillary Clinton’s wardrobe, and the ceremonial reassurances that accompanied German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s three-day visit to Washington this week, there was a clear message that President Barack Obama expects Germany to demonstrate leadership with NATO and in Europe. Considering the context Tuesday’s love fest on the White House lawn Obama was outspoken in urging his guest to take more responsibility in Libya, saying that he expected full and robust German support for the ongoing airstrikes.
On paper, President-elect Barack Obama’s choice for United Nations ambassador has much in common with another boundary-breaking, African-American, Stanford-affiliated, female foreign policy expert with the same surname.