Bill Murray, President Obama engage in Oval Office putting contest

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WASHINGTON — Bill Murray is kind of known for showing up in unexpected places. This time, he popped up in the Oval Office for a putting contest with President Barack Obama.

The video was posted by the White House on Sunday night.

“Generally I don’t let Cubs fans into the Oval Office,” said Obama, who is a Chicago White Sox fan.

“It’s probably not a coincidence that your popularity is at an all-time high, so I would just stick with this if I were you, I would just ride this baby” Murray said, pointing to the Cubs patch on his fleece.

“It’s not going to happen,” Obama replied.

“It’s going to happen long before you make this putt,” Murray said, before sinking one himself.

Murray was at the White House to promote In October, Murray showed up at a press briefing at the White House while there to accept the Mark Twain Prize.

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