Photos Of The Day: How Many African Presidents Can Allow This?

President Barack Obama, right, is picked-up and lifted off the ground by Scott Van Duzer as the pizza shop owner shows his appreciation in Florida

President Barack Obama, right, is picked-up and lifted off the ground by Scott Van Duzer as the pizza shop owner shows his appreciation in Florida

President Obama got a lift on the campaign trail today after a visit to a Florida pizza shop.

Scott Van Duzer, owner of the Big Apple Pizza, is clearly a fan of the president after he lifted him off the ground in a manly bear hug to show his appreciation.

Obama could not contain his delight as he laughed heartily with the pizza shop owner after he was finally set down on the ground in front of shocked customers and some of the President’s staff.

U.S. President Barack Obama hugs Scott Van Duzer at Big Apple Pizza and Pasta Italian Restaurant in Fort Pierce, Florida, while campaigning across the state by bus

U.S. President Barack Obama hugs Scott Van Duzer at Big Apple Pizza and Pasta Italian Restaurant in Fort Pierce, Florida, while campaigning across the state by bus

Obama could not contain his delight as he laughed heartily with the pizza shop owner in front of shocked customers and some of the President's staff

Obama could not contain his delight as he laughed heartily with the pizza shop owner in front of shocked customers and some of the President’s staff

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President Barack Obama and daughter Malia Obama participate in a service project to commemorate the September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance at DC Central Kitchen (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Michelle Obama in Kitchen

First Lady Michelle Obama harvests with some fifth grade students in the White House Kitchen Garden on the White House’s South Lawn on Tuesday (June 16) in Washington

Michelle Obama harvesting

First Lady Michelle Obama harvests with some fifth grade students in the White House Kitchen Garden on the White House’s South Lawn on Tuesday (June 16) in Washington

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  1. JB_Akpan Reply

    Good governance bridges the gap

  2. Amannycode Reply

    For where ego go gree dem,inferior people,that are no sure of what they carry inside.

  3. mathew Reply

    yap how many african presidnt can do it wen thier ways are nt pure bro lets leave d matter for mathias

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