(CNN) - It was all fun and games cheesing it up with the President. That is until it was discovered that David “Big Papi” Ortiz had a deal with Samsung to snap shots with their Galaxy mobile phone during the Red Sox visit to the White House and tweet those pictures.
The White House’s response?
Not cool. Spokesman Jay Carney said the administration generally “objects” to trying to cash in commercially using the President’s likeness.
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Wrong room, senator
He was all prepped. Paperwork in hand. He’d even started questioning one of the witnesses.
One problem though, Sen. Dan Coates, R-Indiana, was in the wrong room.
He blames Russia.
And no, he can’t see Russia from his house.
Speaking of Russia…
Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s bit with Jimmy Fallon as Russian President Vladimir Putin Wednesday on "The Tonight Show" was one big “I told you so.” In 2008, Palin wondered in a speech if then-Sen. Barack Obama would have the foreign policy moxie to know what to do if Putin invaded Ukraine. Guess she got her answer.
Cue the spooky music
And for all of you conspiracy theorists out there, former President Bill Clinton says he once had his people check out the record on Area 51 and there are no aliens held there.
Then again, he represents big government and we’re big media, so you probably won’t believe this post either.
She wears the pantsuit
Talk about winning big time hubby points. Former President Bill Clinton’s flattering Tweet mimicking his wife’s famous pose on a government plane earned him big time spouse cred.
Well played, sir. Well played.
When Beyoncé sang the lyrics “Who run the world? Girls” she might have had Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and International Monetary Fund chair Christine Lagarde in mind. Check them out giving each other woman power props.
–CNN's Eric Weisbrod contributed to this report.