Obama in Colorado: Horse mask, gorilla statue and beer

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Yesterday during President Barack Obama’s visit to Denver, Colo., there were many prime photo opportunities. And now, we’re pretty sure the “get your picture with the president while wearing a horse mask” is going to become a thing.

But there was much more going on than that horse mask.

For example, we had the obligatory baby photo:

It wasn’t all business. There was time to play some pool:

And enjoy a beer with Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper:

He turned down an offer for some weed:

The “Bear” got loose with an impromptu walk to greet the crowd:

He dined with some people who had written him letters:

And he also fist bumped a gorilla statue:

All photos from Getty Images

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