Monday, June 15, 2015

After six years of Obama being in the White House, our entire country is struggling and even many Democrats have turned on the president. Last week, Obama got some bad news when even the Democrats in congress made it clear that they would not be his minions anymore when they handed him a trade defeat.

Clearly unfazed by his many failures, Obama responded by partying the weekend away with a top secret White House concert for himself and his A-list friends. According to Breitbart, Prince performed at the White House last weekend for Obama and 500 of his celebrity friends, including Russell Wilson, Jon Bon Jovi, and James Taylor.

Wilson posted a photo to Instagram of himself and his girlfriend at the event.

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Stevie Wonder also performed at the concert, singing “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours” with Prince as a duet. Obama staffers like Former Attorney General Eric Holder, Education Secretary Arne Duncan and National Security Advisor Susan Rice were also spotted partying at the event.

Unsurprisingly, race-baiting legend Rev. Al Sharpton was also in attendance at Obama’s concert and took to twitter to brag about it.

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Obama made it clear that he wanted the concert to remain a secret from the American public, and his entire staff was forced to stay quiet about it last week.

“Anything this weekend we should know about?” reporters asked White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest on Friday during the White House Press Briefing.

“No, I don’t have any details about the President’s schedule this weekend,” Earnest replied.

We don’t even want to know how much this little party cost the American taxpayers…I hope those A-list Obama-lovers enjoyed partying on our tab!

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