Coolest President Ever!! Obama Dresses As Santa To Hand Out GIFTS To Children At Hospital

Scroll down to content

In spirit of giving, Former US President Barack Obama dresses as Santa to bring an abundance of holiday cheer to sick kids at the Children’s National hospital in Washington, DC on Wednesday.

The former president suited up in Santa Claus attire and merrily sang Christmas carols with hundreds of doctors, nurses, hospital workers, parents and children during the much-anticipated visit.

Obama was greeted by happy hospital staff and others as he arrived in a red hat and belted out lyrics to We Wish You A Merry Christmas.

The starstruck crowd cheered and shouted in excitement as they exchanged holiday greetings with him.

He said;

‘I just want to say thank you to all of you guys, we had a chance to talk to some of the wonderful kids and their families.

‘At a time that obviously is tough for folks, as a dad of two girls, you know, I can only imagine.

‘In that situation, to have nurses and staff and doctors and people who are caring for them, and looking after them, and listening to them and just there for them, and holding their hand… that’s the most important thing there is.’

He added:

‘What a great reminder of what the holiday spirit is supposed to be about.’

Trump’s predecessor made his rounds through the hospital to deliver gifts. He carried a sack of toys, including remote-control cars, Hot Wheels sets, nail polish, jigsaw puzzles and more.

Obama brought tears of joy to one little girl when he stepped foot into her hospital room.

He danced for her and the girl was seen covering her mouth in shock. When Obama wrapped his arms around the child, she broke down in tears.

He later took to Twitter to write:

‘Merry Christmas and happy holidays to the extraordinary kids, families, and staff at Children’s National. And thanks for humoring me as your stand-in Santa.’

Kurt Newman, chief executive and president of Children’s National Health System, told the Washington Post the kids ‘will be talking about [the visit] for years to come.’

Newman said:

‘At such a busy time of year, when no one wants to be in the hospital, his natural warmth lifted the spirits of those kids, their parents and of each staff member he met along the way.’

In spirit of giving, Former US President Barack Obama dresses as Santa to bring an abundance of holiday cheer to sick kids at the Children’s National hospital in Washington, DC on Wednesday.

The former president suited up in Santa Claus attire and merrily sang Christmas carols with hundreds of doctors, nurses, hospital workers, parents and children during the much-anticipated visit.

Obama was greeted by happy hospital staff and others as he arrived in a red hat and belted out lyrics to We Wish You A Merry Christmas.

The starstruck crowd cheered and shouted in excitement as they exchanged holiday greetings with him.

He said;

‘I just want to say thank you to all of you guys, we had a chance to talk to some of the wonderful kids and their families.

‘At a time that obviously is tough for folks, as a dad of two girls, you know, I can only imagine.

‘In that situation, to have nurses and staff and doctors and people who are caring for them, and looking after them, and listening to them and just there for them, and holding their hand… that’s the most important thing there is.’

He added:

‘What a great reminder of what the holiday spirit is supposed to be about.’

Trump’s predecessor made his rounds through the hospital to deliver gifts. He carried a sack of toys, including remote-control cars, Hot Wheels sets, nail polish, jigsaw puzzles and more.

Obama brought tears of joy to one little girl when he stepped foot into her hospital room.

He danced for her and the girl was seen covering her mouth in shock. When Obama wrapped his arms around the child, she broke down in tears.

He later took to Twitter to write:

‘Merry Christmas and happy holidays to the extraordinary kids, families, and staff at Children’s National. And thanks for humoring me as your stand-in Santa.’

Kurt Newman, chief executive and president of Children’s National Health System, told the Washington Post the kids ‘will be talking about [the visit] for years to come.’

Newman said:

‘At such a busy time of year, when no one wants to be in the hospital, his natural warmth lifted the spirits of those kids, their parents and of each staff member he met along the way.’

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: