Visiting the White House this week, one player from the 2016 World Series winning Chicago Cubs baseball team surprised Barack Obama with a pair of what just might be the most exclusive trainers in the world.
Like a polite and gracious guest, Dexter Fowler - who is sponsored by Nike - didn't arrive for his team's congratulatory meeting with Obama and his staff empty handed, choosing to bring a one-of-a-kind pair of Air Jordans that were decked out in patent leather and Obama insignia.
It's a shame there's no reaction video of Obama, who is a massive basketball fan, unboxing them. But we reckon they'll go pretty well with all the off-duty casual wear he's bound to be sporting once he hangs up the navy suit and leaves his position as POTUS.
Somehow we can't see Trump getting a pair anytime soon...