Obama stuns bookstore shoppers is one of the hotly trending topics across major search engines this morning, as President Obama was spotted this weekend having likely done well on his on own Black Friday buys. Sporting a new look with some sharp new clothes, the U.S. President was seen in Washington, D.C. politic bookstore visitors with a sleek leather jacket and jeans that weren’t the usual “dad” attire, ABC News shares this Monday, Dec. 2. Amidst talk of his stylish wardrobe, however, HNGN reveals a more serious matter of the international community today, asking the President to recently up the funding for HIV/AIDS research.
According to the report, a bipartisan of 40 influential lawmakers are continuing to put President Obama under pressure to increase monetary goals in raising funds to support HIV/AIDS programs. The lawmakers are asking the U.S. leader what his next steps are to assist in the program's development as part of his PEPFAR (President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief). Obama is believed to speak on the matter sometime next week.
Black Friday sales seem to be irresistible for the U.S. President too, as the Obama stuns bookstore shoppers phrase came about following weekend buyers eyeing the U.S. President at a traditional bookstore visit this Saturday, known as Politics & Prose. Likely making an effort to visit the popular business as part of Small Business Saturday, President Obama nonetheless made headlines not for his visit, but for his wardrobe.
In a surprising new upgrade that some are attributing to savvy Black Friday shopping, Obama sported a brown leather jacket and jeans “that certainly didn’t look like any usual baggy, light ‘dad’ jeans,” adds the press release. Visiting with both of his daughters, who looked quite chic yet casual themselves, it seemed that the entire Obama family found some good Black Friday buys.
President Obama was seen picking up some interesting reads as well during his visit to the bookstore, buying "Collision Low Crossers: A Year Inside the Turbulent World of NFL Football," "Harold and the Purple Crayon" and "Ragtime" by E. L. Doctorow.
What do you think of the Obama stuns bookstore shoppers headline? If this latest laid-back appearance is a mark of things to come, it seems fans of the U.S. President and his family have a lot to look forward to — at least in the clothing department — this upcoming 2014.