U.S. President Obama appeared to flirt with Thailand’s attractive prime minister on his first stop of his three-day tour of Southeast Asia, said the Daily Mail.
The president and Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra could be seen laughing together and exchanging playful glances throughout a state dinner at the Government House in Bangkok on Sunday night.
They were joined by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who toasted to the U.S.-Thailand friendship with Shinawatra.
Speaking at a news conference on Sunday in Bangkok, Obama emphasized that the U.S. is a 'Pacific nation.'
He said the Asia-Pacific region will be crucial for creating jobs in the U.S. and shaping its security and prosperity.