Obama: 'What I Saw and Heard This Week Will Stay with Me Forever' - Cuba, That Is

We imagine the terror victims in Brussels feel exactly the same.

President Obama's trip to Cuba has continued to overshadow the Islamic terror attacks in Brussels, thanks to the White House cramming this "record-shattering, historic event" down America's collective throat. 

The president is taking heat from all sides over the "optics" of his trip, which looked more like a vacation, really, what with all the dancing and catching a baseball game with his new Marxist pal Raul Castro. But that's not stopping him from continuing to bask in the afterglow of his landmark visit to the Communist country, nor are his arms too tired from doing "the wave" at the ballgame to let us all know on Facebook how he'll never forget what happened this week -- in Cuba, not Brussels:

What I saw and heard this week will stay with me forever.

Obama's narcissism is in full swing as he states that he will remember "most of all" how Cubans lined the streets just to get a glimpse of him and take his picture.

"In the faces of these Cubans I saw hope for a brighter future," he said.

What do you see in these faces, Mr. President?

Here is his entire post:


It's been nearly 90 years since a U.S. President visited Cuba. And for the past half century, the sight of an American...

Posted by President Obama on Wednesday, March 23, 2016