WASHINGTON, DC – President Obama is opening the door to Cuba. The two countries will settle their differences once and for all in a Prime Time Tango dance-off.
President Barack Obama has lifted restrictions on Americans visiting family in Cuba. This marks the first time in 50 years America has eased restrictions with Cuba, and is a key first step towards what many hope will be more normalized relations with the island country.
The idea for this came when the Obamas unexpectedly met with Fidel Castro in Turkey last week. Sources close to the President confirm that a secret dinner was held, in which the Cuban leader thanked them for allowing him to meet the Alien.
After many laughs, drinks, and cigars, the world leaders were well on their way to putting their differences behind them. When a particularly rousing song came on, Fidel Castro asked Michelle Obama to dance, and led her across the floor in a sensuous Tango. Seeing the blatant challenge by the former Cuban Dictator, President Obama was left to sit and watch as he did not know the dance.
The Cuban-American grudge, which started with the Cuban Missile Crisis and only fueled by Fidel Castro dancing with the President’s wife, will finally be settled once and for all on in a Tango competition on prime time television. Each country will select their greatest champions to dance on their behalf. A team of impartial mystery judges will be flown in for the competition. The location of the will be kept secret until the last minute, but is expected to be in Trinidad or Tobago.
Michelle Obama has refused to comment on being swept away by the communist leader. However she has been spotted reading several romance novels in the past week.