What are some of the comments President Barack Obama made about Tiger Woods? When did he make these comments? Keep reading to know this full story, plus don’t forget to check out some photos and video below.
Just earlier this month we heard that President Obama allegedly called Tiger Woods at rehab to express his support, then we heard that he didn’t call him, but it was instead former U.S President Bill Clinton the one who called Tiger. But did President Obama have something to say about the famous golfer?
Well yes he did, just like every other Tiger fan he thinks that when he finally comes back to golf he will definitely and without any doubts will rock at the golf course, it is logical all those horrible affairs has nothing to do with his outstanding golf skills, sure it affected his concentration, but now that he is getting his life, family and career on track he will not be the same Tiger, but even a better one.
As for President Obama’s point of view towards Tiger’s personal life he thinks that he sure still has some unfinished business, but still is a totally fabulous golfer.
"He’s still going to be a terrific golfer."
As you should probably remember there was also a time that President Obama said he didn’t want to make any comments about Tiger.
"I don’t want to comment on his personal relationship with his wife and family, but I’m a strong believer that anybody can look within themselves, find their flaws and fix them,"
They met personally last year when Tiger visited him at the White House. But even in that interview early this year he believed that Tiger could totally get his life back. And in his latest interview he said that he thought Tiger totally betrayed his family in a Fox News live interview made with Brett Baier.
"I think that Tiger has acknowledged that he betrayed his family, and that’s a personal issue that he’s gotta work out. I hope they’ve worked it out. I’m sure he’s still going to be a terrific golfer."
Take a look at some photos and video below.
President Barack Obama on Tiger Woods
Photos: Adriana M. Barraza, Carrie Devorah, www.wenn.com