Lo Siento Mucho! Presidente Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner

Lo siento mucho! Presidente Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner! Although, we may have a different views to the world! We respect you,love your country and your people! As citizens of America, we own you an apology!

I am very sorry! President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.


G20,Photo TAKE 2 description: United States President Barack Obama approaches Prime Minister Stephen Harper to shake hands as the leaders took a second family photo at the G20 meeting in London Thursday. The photo was restaged after Harper missed the initial photo op. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld)

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Before the second G20 family photo taken. When our President Obama extends his hand and is approaching Mr.Haper, the President of Argentina mistakens he wants to shake hand with her. Politely, she responses and with her hand extends! Unfortunately, President Obama bypasses her and goes to Mr. Haper.

Lo siento mucho! Presidente Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner!

Although, we may have a different views to the world! We respect you, love your country and your people!

As citizens of America, we own you an apology!

Jimmy Huntington, New York, USA

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