Following Justine Beiber’s recent truancy, pundits called on the United States to revoke Bieber’s green card and deport him, but no, President Obama wouldn’t do such although votes of 250 000 had counted against Bieber.
Speaking on behalf of the White House was Michelle Obama who gave a motherly advise on how she would handle Bieber’s case as against how Americans would have wanted it done.
“I would pull him close. You know, I don’t know if it would be advice as much as action,” Obama said in a recent interview with Univision Radio host Enrique Santos. “I would be very present in his life right now. And I would be probably with him a good chunk of the time, just there to talk, to figure out what’s going on in his head, to figure out who’s in his life and who’s not, you know”, she said.
A petition with 250 000 signatures was sent to the White House to revoke Bieber’s green card and deport him. And in response to it through White House Secretary, Jay Carney, last week said “the response will come i’m sure relatively soon”.
And now that Michelle Obama has spoken, everyone is beginning to have a peep into what the White House’s Response will look like, that is; if the house has actually not actually subtly spoken through Michelle.