Only 3 US Presidents have visited all 50 states during their tenure in the Oval Office. Richard Nixon, George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton. Barak Obama recently visited his 49th State when he traversed his way west and toured Utah. Only South Dakota remains unexplored by our Commander in Chief.
Perhaps, he’s intimidated by the famous heads on The Black Hills Mountain. Perhaps, he’s allergic to the Gold found in “them thar hills.” Or, perchance, he just not in possession of the right ensemble.
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With plenty of time left in his term, a Barak Obama sojourn to South Dakota, seems promising. Hopefully, our jet-setting chieftain will bring the always contemporary Michelle Obama with him. As, perhaps, the trendiest FLOTUS since Jackie O, she’s always well-coiffed. You can be too with the fabulous finery at Boston Proper. The only thing conservative there are the prices. Their spring arrivals are not only stupendously beautiful but perfectly priced. With everything from clothes to accessories to cowboy boots, you can acclimate anywhere, whether The President’s been there or not.