President Obama’s Helicopter Pilot Told To ‘Head North’ And Not Stop ‘Til Canada’

President Obama Tells Helicopter Pilot To 'Head North And Not Stop Until Canada'
President Obama Tells Helicopter Pilot To 'Head North And Not Stop Until Canada' | CREDIT: Youtube

THE outgoing President of the United States reportedly told his personal helicopter pilot to “turn around and head north”, instructing him to not stop until he “hits Canada”.

The now former President Obama gave the instructions shortly after leaving DC while giving one last look to the White House before pointing forward. “Canada, it’s all about Canada now,” he said, squeezing wife Michelle’s hand as the two smiled bravely at each other.

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“Sir we’ve been advised to take you and your family to Andrews air force base where you will board a plane for Palm Springs, California to enjoy a well deserved and relaxing two-week break,” his newly appointed pilot responded firmly.

“Son, there probably won’t even be a Palm Springs in two weeks,” Obama snapped. “We’re getting the hell out of here while we still can.”

Moments later, sources claim President Obama received a phone call from an anonymous source.

“It’s all over, we’re en route,” he allegedly told the caller, before adding: “Nous serons ensemble bientôt mon ami.”

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