President Obama appeared to have a great time Thursday morning, engaging with a lively crowd at McKinley High School in Baton Rouge.
He took questions, gave LSU basketball star Ben Simmons a shout out and expressed his affinity for Louisiana.
At the end of his rousing event, Obama repeated his famous "Yes, we can" slogan but then came a small "oops."
"Thank you, New Orleans," he told the Baton Rouge crowd as he wrapped up his town hall Q&A. "God bless America."
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