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4/25/2014 (1 year ago)

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The presidential couple's 'looming divorce' is well known, he claims

The relationship between U.S. President Barack Obama and First lady Michelle has largely been kept under wraps. Their marriage is seen as a largely private affair. A member of the upper house of Japan's parliament, Kazuyuki Hamada, angry that Michelle didn't join president on his Tokyo trip is now claiming that Obama is unfaithful - and that their divorce is widely known in some circles.

'If you ask the president, he will tell you, 'I can't show my face to the voters after how she's spent so much money,'' Japanese PM Hamada claims.

"If you ask the president, he will tell you, 'I can't show my face to the voters after how she's spent so much money,'" Japanese PM Hamada claims.

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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

4/25/2014 (1 year ago)

Published in Asia Pacific

Keywords: President Obama, Michelle, infidelity


LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Hamada also claims that the president has been using Secret Service agents to cover for him as he pursues extramarital affairs.

Sitting in the upper house of Japan's parliament, Hamada earned his PhD a half-mile from the White House at George Washington University. He has since become one of America's harshest critics on economic and foreign policies.

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No fan of the Obamas, he's also the author of the book "Who is Obama?" Hamada is a member of the group of "birthers" who doubt that the president was born in the United States.

His most recent writings have captured the attention of the international press this week.

He complained April 5 on his official blog about Obama's decision to visit Tokyo without first lady Michelle Obama in tow. "His approval numbers are dragging down near 30 percent," in an English translation.
"The president has been criticized for having no visions or leadership to solve domestic and diplomatic problems, some even ridiculing him as the worst president of the postwar era.

"The biggest reason - of many - for the collapse of his reputation is his failed relationship with his wife," Hamada claims.

"It is an open secret that the pair are already negotiating their divorce, and that they are waiting for his term in office to be over, and then they'll separate."

Hamada also had harsh words for the first lady's multimillion-dollar "goodwill" trips to far-flung places at the taxpayers' expense.

"If you ask the president, he will tell you, 'I can't show my face to the voters after how she's spent so much money.'

"On the other hand," Hamada added, "if you get his wife to talk, she'll tell you: 'The president is a pathological philanderer. He uses the Secret Service for this, and has used them to hide evidence that he's a cheater.'"

In a January report from the National Enquirer tabloid, it was mentioned that the Obamas are sleeping in separate bedrooms and have determined that the president will return to Hawaii in January 2017, while Mrs. Obama and their daughters will remain in Washington, D.C.

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