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Obama entrega regalos a los niños enfermos vestido de Papá Noel

El ex presidente de Estados Unidos Barack Obama (57) entregó este miércoles regalos de Navidad a los niños enfermos del hospital Children's National de Washington. Los visitó vestido con un gorro de Papá Noel, cargado con un saco lleno de paquetes y una sonrisa de oreja a oreja.

El ex mandatario pasó hora y media en el hospital, en la que visitó las distintas salas de juego y también algunas habitaciones individuales, según un comunicado emitido a través de su oficina. Regaló a los niños puzzles, juegos de 'Hot Wheels', coches teledirigidos y hasta esmalte de uñas para las más presumidas, según afirmaron en The Washington Post.

Obama también tuvo la oportunidad de saludar a los médicos y agradecerles personalmente su labor con los más pequeños. Quiso cantar junto a ellos un par de villancicos para animar el ambiente, mostrándose tan cercano y amable como siempre.

"Feliz Navidad y felices fiestas para los niños extraordinarios, las familias y el personal de Children's National. Y gracias por seguirme la corriente como vuestro Santa suplente", escribió el ex mandatario en sus redes sociales horas después de su visita.

Y mientras el ex presidente 'jugaba' a ser Papá Noel por unas horas, su mujer Michelle Obama (54) presentaba su libro con a Sarah Jessica Parker con unas botas glitter de Balenciaga de 3.500 euros que causaron sensación en las redes sociales.

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That's a wrap! When I think about all the people who have come out to our events over these past few weeks, I think about a little working-class kid named Michelle LaVaughn Robinson—an ordinary girl who had some tales to tell, some failures and some successes, too. She had a lot to learn, a lot to experience, a lot to give—more than she ever could have imagined. I've spent a lot of time thinking about my story lately, and what I keep coming back to is that no matter where we came from, we all share so much. People of all backgrounds, skin colors, and political persuasions can relate to feeling uncertain or overwhelmed. We've all been a little frustrated by the slow, frustrating growth necessary to get where we want to go. We've all struggled with the balancing act that can take over days, years, or decades of our lives. And I want us all to remember that these are the moments and lessons that make us who we are -- every little twist and turn, every little bump and bruise, and ultimately every joys and every triumph, no matter how large or small. So I hope all of you believe in your story. I hope you recognize that what you see as a weakness might actually be a strength. I hope you recognize the power of your voice. And I hope you remind yourself that there isn't one right way to be an American. There isn't one way to make your contribution in this country. So thank you all for your part of our story. Thank you for being who you are. And to everyone who's read my memoir, or come to one of our events, or posted something online, thank you for being on this journey with me. Thank you for helping me continue to become. I hope my story can serve as a boost in your own process of becoming, too. I love you all. #IAmBecoming

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