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Obama Appears a Bit Embarrassed When Princeton Basketball Fans Invoke a Constitution-Defying Chant During Game

"Not legal but...he enjoyed."

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President Barack Obama hit the bleachers Saturday for an NCAA women's basketball tournament game in College Park, Maryland, to cheer on his niece Leslie Robinson, who plays for Princeton.

U.S. President Barack Obama sits beside his brother-in-law Craig Robinson while attending the Green Bay versus Princeton women's college basketball game in the first round of the NCAA tournament, March 21, 2015 in College Park, Maryland. President Barack Obama's niece Leslie Robinson plays for Princeton. (Image source: Pool/Getty Images)

But reportedly after offering a wave in the arena, Obama himself got a cheer from Princeton fans — and one he seemed visibly embarrassed over: "Four more years! Four more years!"

Hearing the chant, a smiling Obama tossed a gaze to the vocal portion of the crowd and immediately invoked the "cut it out" gesture, slicing his hand in front of his neck:

Image source: YouTube

The chant wasn't lost on reporters gathered for the proceedings:

Of course, the 22nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution sets a two-term limit on presidents; Obama's in his second term.

Anyway, here's the clip. The chant can be heard about 40 seconds into the video:

(H/T: Young Conservatives)

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