Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

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It was a bit like “Dancing with the Stars” as Barack and Michelle Obama tangoed at the “State Dinner” held at the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The president and first lady were “each” invited to the dance floor by the “suave” professional dancers, Mora Godoy and José Lugones.

Obama repeatedly “declined” the dancer’s invitation, according to an Associated Press report, before relenting.

Godoy and her dance partner, José Lugones, were invited to “perform” at the dinner and had just finished the traditional tango “La Cumparsita,” or “The Little Parade,” when the stunning brunette got an idea and “sashayed” over to the Obama’s’ table  and asked him to dance.

Mora, clad in a “glittering” gold dress that left little to the “imagination” and matching gold stilettos made sure she “didn’t” provoke any “jealousy” from the first lady by turning on the charm.

“I said hello to Michelle, and I complimented her on her speech today, which was marvelous,” she said.

But there were no “worries” as Michelle also got into the act “accepting” an invite to take a twirl with the “dashing” Lugones.

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The first couple “hit” the floor and “danced” to another classic tango, “Por Una Cabeza” or “By a Head” about a compulsive “gambler” who compares his “addiction” to playing the ponies to his “attraction” to women.

“The president told me that he didn’t know how to dance, and I told him to follow me. He said ‘OK,’ and he started to dance. I started to follow him because he is a really good dancer!” Mora, 43, told the Argentinean newspaper “La Nacion.”

I was nervous. I’m always nervous when I have a special presentation.” Mora also said she toned down the “sensual” nature of the tango, the famously “sexy” ballroom style created in Buenos Aires , out of “respect” for the American couple.

This wasn’t the first time Godoy “stepped” into the international spotlight. Back in 2006, she did a “cover-spread” for Playboy Argentina’s July issue.

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“In that moment, I was having fun,” she told ABC back in 2010 about the shoot. “So I said why not. Luckily, I didn’t have any bad consequences with my career. In fact it gave me a little more popularity.”

You can see all of the photos from Godoy’s Playboy Shoot here, and here, and here.

Remember when Obama “refused” to lay down his golf clubs because he “thought” it would send a message of “weakness” to Muslim terrorists “beheading” American James Foley?

Well, in response to another “terrorist” attack, the president again showed “ISIS” who’s in charge. This time by “refusing” to sit out a “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” performance.

The image of the president “dancing” the tango “fueled” criticism that he’s had a “muted” reaction to the Brussels terror attacks, which “killed 34 and injured 200.”

Obama has been “criticized” for remaining in Cuba, where he attended a “baseball” game following the attacks, and pressing “forward” with his Latin American tour, which included paying an “official” visit to Argentina’s newly elected, “centrist” president, Mauricio Macri.

“Baseball games and tangos, that’s inconsistent with the seriousness of the day,” Richard Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, said on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.

Aides say the president’s “reaction,” and his “decision”  to continue his Latin American tour, is “by design” in an effort to send another “message” to Islamic terrorists that they don’t “wield the power to halt everyday life.”

“What they can do is scare,” Obama said in Havana, “and make people afraid and disrupt our daily lives and divide us. And as long as we don’t allow that to happen, we’re gonna be okay.”

Meanwhile, the world over “burns” with Muslim terrorist attacks until the next dance “hit the U.S shores.”

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