SAD CNN HAPPY TO SEE OBAMA’S JEANS ‘GETTING STRONGER’, A ‘DEFINITE UPGRADE’

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CNN breathlessly happy that “Obama’s jeans game gets strong(er) ”

The news that Obama had achieved a “definite upgrade” in his selection, and wearing, of denim jeans is something that CNN needs right now, a very consoling news at the time when the fake news network is undergoing a shakeup after recent resignations, top execs vetting of Russia news, threat of lawsuit and retraction of their fake Trump-Russia story.

 

CNN report :

CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) June 28, 2017CNN Politics reported Wednesday afternoon that former President Barack Obama had achieved a “definite upgrade” in his selection, and wearing, of denim jeans.

“The truth is, generally I look very sharp in jeans.” — Barack Obama, 2014.

While the statement wasn’t one of then-President Obama’s most important pronouncements during his time in office, it was one of the most questionable, from a truth perspective. Said to Ryan Seacrest during a radio interview in March of 2014, it was a response to Obama’s critics, those who mocked his denimwear, which, according to years of photographic evidence, leaned toward ill-fitting, stone-washed, and extremely “Dad”-like.

He again wore jeans on Tuesday, this time while on vacation with his family in Bali, Indonesia. The look was a definite upgrade, but the jury’s still out as to whether jeans are, or should be, his thing.

“There was one episode like four years ago, in which I was wearing some loose jeans, mainly because I was out on the pitcher’s mound and I didn’t want to feel confined while I was pitching,” Obama told Seacrest during that same conversation. The sartorial moment, which occurred in 2009, stuck with him. “I’ve paid my penance for that [look.] I got whacked pretty good. Since that time, my jeans fit very well.”

 

 

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