Bill Murray Makes Pleasant Surprise Appearance at White House Briefing Room

Bill Murray made a surprise visit to the White House’s press briefing room early Friday to discuss a matter of national, even international importance – the Chicago Cubs.

Before leaving to meet President Barack Obama, he told the media that while he admires Los Angeles Dodgers pitching ace Clayton Kershaw, the Chicago Cubs had “too many sticks,” namely their powerful offence. Murray came to Washington to receive the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on Sunday, but arrived early to discuss the award — and likely Chicago sports as well — with the president.

And this is why I’m going to miss Obama.