Thank goodness. There were rumors earlier today that the United States might miss out on the greatest meeting of scientific minds since that selfie of President Obama, Bill Nye and Neil deGrasse Tyson was taken.
— Major Garrett (@MajorCBS) October 19, 2015
Why downplay the possibility? As Twitchy reported, Ahmed Mohamed’s smiling selfie with Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, wanted by the International Criminal Court for crimes in Darfur, might have proved problematic.
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) October 19, 2015
Speaking of stars, remember when A-list celebrities like George Clooney, Matt Damon, Brad Pitt, and Don Cheadle put their star power to work to push the #NotOnOurWatch campaign against atrocities in Darfur? Good times.
— John Heller (@hpjohn1) October 19, 2015
— Jonathan T. Lovitt (@jonygitar) October 20, 2015
— Aaron LePrell (@ALePrell) October 20, 2015
He won’t get to show his “cool clock” to the president, but will Mohamed at least get to add another selfie to his collection of world leaders? It’s not quite a selfie, but it is a shot of President Obama and Clock Kid.
— Nerdy Wonka (@NerdyWonka) October 20, 2015
President Obama delivering remarks at White House astronomy event; 14 yr-old clockmaker Ahmed Mohamed in attendance. pic.twitter.com/PPnP63RDHq
— Stephen Crowley (@Stcrow) October 20, 2015
— Ken Kalthoff (@KenKalthoffNBC5) October 19, 2015
Why stop at one exclamation point, Ken?