Monday, June 6, 2016 marked the 72nd anniversary of the Normandy landings, but Barack Obama offered no official remembrance, according to the White House website page on “Speeches and Remarks” for that date.
The president, however, did find time to honor another “fighting force,” this one comprised of the Denver Broncos, who won the last Super Bowl. “Let’s give it up for the Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos,” he said to applause in the Rose Garden on Monday. “We have some big Broncos fans in the house, including Mayor Hancock from the great city of Denver, outstanding members of Congress, the delegation.”
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