Politician receives highest honour
Mr Obama has received the highest honour in the Queen’s Speech’s citation of the people’s services.
However, there is one major issue that the Queen may not even agree with her speech: the use of taxpayer funds for a trip to a remote African country with poor education and infrastructure.
It may just be a matter of personal taste, but many people believe that in a country with so much inequality, only a President with experience of poverty can be seen to be able to deliver on the promises made to the vast majority of people in that country.
On the whole, Mr Obama and his wife, Michelle, are not known to have the slightest trouble with their children
The First Lady, in response to a question from the BBC, said: ‘They’re probably not happy with my remarks today. But on the whole, President Obama and his wife, Michelle, are not known to have the slightest difficulty with their children – which is very impressive.’
Mr Obama did, however, receive a couple of points from his wife, who said on the show: ‘It’s부천출장안마 부천출장샵 not that I don’t see their point, it’s just that… I think this is one thing that I think that President Obama would argue for if he’s asked to – if he’s asked to raise his hand to talk to any individual – that I’d be most enthusiastic about him telling him to do the same.’
She also commented, adding: ‘I believe that the government has a responsibility. I think you do광주출장마사지 a더나인카지노 lot of great things for the people in Africa, and you can’t just run away with your words.’
It’s not just President Obama who may face controversy when making a state visit to Africa.
The Queen’s Speech will also welcome a number of guests, including the former French foreign minister, Nicolas Sarkozy.
On Friday, his wife will speak at a memorial service for the US ambassador Robert Ford in France, at which Mr Ford was killed in an attack by Muslim extremists in Algeria in November 2003.