In fact, Her Majesty went as far as to say that royal protocol is “all rubbish”, so we should probably all calm down about things like walkabout selfies, skirt lengths and *gasp*, shutting car doors., Obama admitted that, even as First Lady, she’d been extremely nervous about meeting Her Majesty each time.
Their last hang-out with the Queen saw the Obamas travel to Windsor Castle in 2016, where the monarch and Prince Philip personally picked the couple up in their car.
President Barack Obama's administration has an "anti-business" bias which manifests itself through intimidation, trade, taxes and regulation, Welch also said.
"Our businesses across the board look like 1.5-2 percent gross domestic product (advance) businesses," he said.
The government should make it easier for companies to invest and expand but instead they are hampering business, according to Welch. Soon after he came into office, Obama slammed companies that benefitted from taxpayer money for taking corporate trips to Las Vegas.
I was like, it’s none of their business how I cut my hair.
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The street artist based this expression on a photograph of the candidate, taken by Mannie Garcia two years prior, that he discovered through a Google Image Search.
Fairey is said to have completed the poster design in a single day, and he began selling the posters on the street himself before Super Tuesday.