So, after a video surfaced on Wednesday night featuring POTUS dancing the tango with Michelle Obama at a state dinner in Argentina, commentators put him on blast for his vacation-y optics in the wake of such a tragedy.
Thursday morning's panel of MSNBC's Morning Joe agreed that while Obama should not have cancelled his Argentina trip after the Brussels attack, he probably shouldn't be smiling in a Dancing With The Stars-esque photo op the day after he was doing the wave at a baseball game.
Council on Foreign Relations president Richard Haass said:
"That was a tremendous mistake. It's fine to go to Argentina, you want to do the work, but you've got to be careful of these little photo ops and optics. Baseball games and tangos, that's inconsistent with the seriousness of the day."
Even Democratic panelist Steve Rattner agreed that the president probably shouldn't have documented his dance, but added:
"I think he could have handled some of that differently. I agree certainly about the tango. But the idea that some people are throwing out that he should have, like, turned the plane around and rushed back to Washington. To do what?"
Do YOU think the prez is getting too much heat for participating in Argentina's traditional dance — or should he tone it down on the photo ops?
The reality star spoke to Andy Cohen at a Sirius XM Town Hall interview on Wednesday, and once again she was not afraid to say exactly how she felt about everything -- including her certainty about the O.J. Simpson case. She explained:
"I knew he did it. There was three people at the crime scene. DNA evidence, three people at the crime scene. Pick a murderer. How hard is that?"
But Cait wasn't just giving her own opinion this time.
The former Olympian went on to talk once again about her friendship with Robert Kardashian, who she now says was ALSO guilty -- that is, he felt enormously guilty about getting a murderer off! She recounted: