Fresh off his State of the Union speech, President Barack Obama arrived in Wisconsin on Wednesday to talk about the economy.
While he was on his way to a speech, Obama congratulated the Packers on their victory, then did a little trash talking.
“I’m glad to see that one of the greatest rivalries in sports is still there,” Obama said. “And we will get you next year. I’m just letting you know.”
(Insert angry “he SHOULD be worried about unemployment NOT sports” comments below. Because it’s terrible to have another President that’s a huge sports fan. Simply awful.)
The Governor of Wisconsin greeted Obama with a jersey signed by Charles Woodson with the message, “See you at the White House . . . Go Packers!”
Last year’s AP Defensive Player of the Year talked about trying to win over Obama at his press conference Wednesday.
“I voted for him. Why isn’t he a Green Bay fan? I jumped on his bandwagon. I’m a voter, a taxpayer. It’s not fair to me.”