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Obama talks bond between a man and his barber: 'That's a strong connection'

Barack Obama, Barber Shop, Cincinatti, Decision 2012, Politics, Small Businesses, Towm Hall -

Obama talks bond between a man and his barber: 'That's a strong connection'

CINCINNATI – At a town hall event in Cincinnati, Ohio, President Barack Obama fielded many questions related to jobs from small business owners. One audience member, barber Tony White, had a different question for Obama.

“When can I cut your hair?” White asked to applause and laughter from those in attendance.

“You would not want a president who was disloyal to his barber,” Obama answered to additional laughs. “I mean, a man and his barber…that’s a strong connection.”

Obama declined to let White cut his hair but added: “Maybe I’ll let you give me a line, a little bit.”

The president then proceeded to answer White’s more serious inquiry on his policy towards businesses with less than ten employees.

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