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Saturday, January 30, 2010, 23:02
Obama debuts as basketball commentator
The President of the United States never ceases to amaze. Despite being the most important man in the world has time to devote to more mundane things like CBS comment for a game of basketball college football.
The U.S. president was witnessing the encounter between Georgetown and Duke when in the second half decided to sit with commentators on television and gave pearls as: "After retiring try to get your job Clark (Kellogg). Simply Telling You . Or whether you are or three years or seven "Obama said Kellogg, referring to the possibility of being re-elected for a second presidential term.
CBS, seeing the 'pitch' that they had fallen from heaven, broadcast footage of Obama playing basketball during the 2008 campaign including one that lost an opportunity with the left hand. The commentator Verne Lundquist did not spare the time and joked: "Clearly you are left handed. Problem in turning to the right?". Alo said yesterday that Obama had been in Baltimore at a meeting of the Republican Party. "I can go to the right from time to time, " joked the president.
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