Boy, does Big Guy look hot; May is National Physical Fitness Month, after all. But those abs Big O is flashing on that Washingtonian cover didn't come without a lot of hard work.
I can remember when we were living together in New York on the Upper West Side, how he'd hook his feet into my right screen leg extensions and do 150 sit-ups while reading my screen to rehearse conversations with his Columbia professors. Every once in a while, I'm not ashamed to share with you, we'll still do a couple hundred crunches in the Oval just to pump Big Guy up a bit before a big appearance.
We are worried that all this media attention on Big Guy's beefcake will be a huge distraction to our ability to do the work of the American people. We don't want Big Guy to get the rep for being nothing more than a heavyweight body and a lightweight mind, which is why we don't allow cameras to shoot his daily, six-hour workout regimen, otherwise called "briefings."