Obama‘s Video Message Booed at Boston’s Fenway Park

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Obama‘s Video Message Booed

at Boston’s Fenway Park

Obamas Video Message Booed at Bostons Fenway ParkFormer Red Sox team members gather on the field as the National Anthem is played during the 100th anniversary celebration of Boston’s Fenway Park ahead of a Red Sox-Yankees game. (AP)

President Barack Obama‘s video message on the 100th anniversary of Boston’s Fenway Park was apparently met with booing, according to the tweets of people at the Red Sox-Yankees game:

ESPN Boston Red Sox reporter Gordon Edes:

Obamas Video Message Booed at Bostons Fenway Park

Newsday Yankees reporter Erik Boland:

Obamas Video Message Booed at Bostons Fenway ParkMitt Romney adviser Eric Fehrnstorm (because Fehrnstorm’s tweet came about 20 minutes after the initial reports, it’s unclear whether he was actually at the game or posted based on other messages):

Obamas Video Message Booed at Bostons Fenway ParkTwitchy has collected some additional crowd tweets.

No verified video of the event has been posted yet; we’ll update if one becomes available.

First lady Michelle Obama and second lady Jill Biden were booed at a Nascar race back in November, though a Red Sox game in heavily-Democratic Massachusetts is arguably a very different political environment.

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