Guess the libs version of the greatest love story ever isn't as charming as they'd like for us to think:
Earlier today at a university in Moscow the president made the following statement:
I don’t know if anybody else will meet their future wife or husband in class like I did, but I’m sure you’ll all going to have wonderful careers.
The trouble is this statement is demonstrably untrue. Though both Barack and Michelle went to Harvard Law, they didn't overlap — she got her degree in '88 and he graduated in '91. They actually met in Chicago when he was a summer associate at a law firm in Chicago. Newsweek factchecks the statement, acknowledges all of the above, and concludes:
Was what Obama said wrong? Technically no, considering Obama was still going to school when he met his wife. But for those keeping close watch on Obama trivia—ie, the White House press corps—the statement did seem a wee bit off.
Come again? The statement is just wrong. There is no "technical" justification for it having any veracity that I can tell — "in class" is quite specific. Next time you husbands embarass your wife publicly by not remembering a significant relationship detail, I bet you wish a major media organization would step in and spin it for you. Alas, you'll have no such luck.
Obviously he wasn't working with the teleprompter.