Everyone needs to indulge in some sweet treats every now and then and in the midst of the shutdown and Obamacare drama, POTUS sure could use a slice of cheesecake.
During his visit to Brooklyn, NYC on Friday, President Obama made sure to find his way to the renowned Junior’s Cheesecake restaurant where’ he sat for a meal and greeted some other dining customers.
With democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio whom he introduced as the ‘next mayor’ to customers and staff, Obama also picked up some cookies and of course two cheesecakes.
Owner Alan Rosen, said the POTUS’ bill came to $73 and he paid $80. Rosen added:
‘He said (his daughters) were going to eat the cookies on Air Force One on the way back to Washington,’
Aww! And as expected he was super kind and friendly, even leaving behind a signature on one of the eatery’s large holiday pumpkins.
‘He greeted every single customer and every single employee in the building, which was quite gracious and amazing to me.
‘Literally every single person.
‘It was pretty incredible. We’re pretty honored.’
Earlier in the day he stopped by Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) where he joked in a speech to the students:
‘And by the way, I just sat in on a lesson called “Real World Math,” which got me thinking whether it’s too late to send Congress here for a remedial course.’
Could this guy be more charming? Check out his speech in the video below!
SOURCE: Politico | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty/ Twitter