[Ed. – Bonus: U.S. taxpayer is providing Secret Service support for all of this.]
In last week’s visit to Italy, Barack Obama complained about global warming and climate change.
On Friday, the former president and his wife Michelle arrived in Tuscany aboard a private plane, escorted to a military base by six fighter jets, then whisked away in 13-car motorcade to a private villa where the stay costs regular folk $15,000 per night.
But the Obamas will likely not be paying for their five-night stay at the refurbished 14th century village as it is owned by Obama’s former ambassador to Italy, John Philips, the Daily Mail reported.
The former president and first lady landed at Grosseto Air Base on Friday, escorted by six Eurofighter Fourth Wing jets.