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Thursday, 12 December 2013

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President Obama on the phone chatting with the Danish prime minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - White House Press Secretary Cal Colfax has stated that President Obama was so impressed with the blonde Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt that he has invited her and her husband to the White House for the Christmas holidays.

Colfax commented that President Obama has said that if all of the world's leaders were as nice, and as sweet, and as pretty as Prime Minister Thorning-Schmidt there would be no wars.

The president has received quite a bit of ribbing from the American press due to the fact that he and Helle were photographed at President Nelson Mandela's eulogy engaging in a bit of footsie.

Press Secretary Colfax was asked by National Focus Magazine what Mrs. Obama thought about such a stunningly attractive and sensuously sexy world leader spending time with her husband.

Colfax said that Mrs. Obama trusts her husband totally as does Prime Minister Thorning-Schmidt's husband.

SIDENOTE: Press Secretary Colfax did reveal that Vice-President Joe Biden will most probably be sent out of the country during the Christmas holidays on official business so that he does not try and hit on the astoundingly gorgeous Danish prime minister.

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