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White House,President Obama welcomed the Italian Matteo Renzi

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama pose for a photo as they greet Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his wife Agnese Landini on the North Portico for a State Dinner at the White House in Washington. 135 more words

Affectionate display: Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi puts on tactile display with Michelle Obama

Matteo Renzi was pictured with his hand firmly clamped on Michelle Obama lower back as they walked into the Obamas’ final state dinner.

I guess he was wowed by the dazzling First Lady in her custom-made Atelier Versace dress. 19 more words


Obama Disgraces the Dignity of the Presidency 

This will be a short post because the premise is very simple.

I’ve been very uncomfortable with Barack Obama actively campaigning for Hillary Clinton. I believe that a President, once elected should take himself out of “politics” and focus on policy. 185 more words

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President Obama’s Final White House State Dinner

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hosted their 13th and final state dinner at the White House Tuesday night (October 18). The dinner honored Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. 53 more words

Italy’s Birth Rate and Fertility Campaign

Source: Russian Television, September 2

A government ad campaign to boost one of the world’s lowest birth rates has wrapped up before due term after critics dismissed it as patronizing, accusatory and sexist. 296 more words

Michelle Obama Dazzles in Versace at Final White House State Dinner

(WASHINGTON)— Michelle Obama dazzled at her final state dinner as first lady, wearing a figure-hugging, floor-length rose gold chainmail gown.

She chose Italian label Atelier Versace for the White House dinner honoring Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his wife, Agnese Landini. 53 more words

President Obama: I Came As A Mandarin, I Leave As A Mandarin

In a joint press conference with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi today, President Obama replied to a question about Middle Eastern refugees in Europe by speaking of the “distorting effects” on European politics of the crisis. 258 more words