After time-traveling back to 2008 with the royal family, President Obama visited British Prime Minister David Cameron today. Mostly they hung out with British schoolboys, flicking the youths' tiny white balls to and fro. Obama and Cameron double-teamed the children before a live audience.
I can't decide if I'm happy or disappointed that the world leaders played on the same team during their table tennis game with underprivileged children. On one hand, it'd be pretty satisfying to see two world leaders go head-to-head at a sport, especially since Obama—a known ping-pong enthusiast—stood a good chance at winning. On the other hand, can you imagine how annoying Maureen Dowd's column would be this week? [AP]