White House Releases Video Showing Obama Bowing to Vietnamese Welcoming Party

Besides playing golf and mandating who should use which bathroom or be fined or even go to jail, Barack Obama keeps bowing to foreign leaders. Right before Memorial Day, Obama offered another offensive gesture to Vietnam veterans and American families who lost loved ones to the Vietnam War.

A recent short video posted by the White House shows Obama bowing to a Vietnamese woman who greets him at the airport. The President went to Vietnam to meet with President Tran Dai Quang, Prime Minister Nguyen Zuan Phuc, and General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong, whom he welcomed to the White House in 2015.

Narrated by Ben Rhodes, the communist censor in chief, the bow begins at the six second mark:


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