Barack Obama endorses Bulls re-signing Jimmy Butler long-term

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Barack Obama did a Twitter Q&A on Wednesday afternoon, answering a host of questions about healthcare.

He took a moment, though, to address the hottest topic among Chicago sports fans on this day: Jimmy Butler.

Asked what he thought of the Bulls re-signing Butler, Obama tweeted: “butler’s a great player on o and d; let’s sign him up long term. go bulls!”

Obama has used his platform to support Chicago sports many times in the past, most recently tweeting congratulations to the Blackhawks on a third Stanley Cup since his presidency began.

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