Outrage of the Day: Fake Excuses for Bow to Saudi King

Ben Smith is reporting on Politico.com that the White House is denying that President Obama bowed to King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.

According to the unidentified (of course!!!) White House aide, when the President shakes hands with short people, he always gets down really low, as a way of making fun of them for being short.

Well, that’s not quite what the White House aide with the top-secret identity said, but it’s about as likely to be true.

If they had tried to claim the President’s knee suddenly gave out right before he shook the King’s hand, or the President stepped on his shoelace, well, MAYBE…

…but watch the video for yourself.

Hat tip: Drudge Report.

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