Sake and Soul: State Dinner Was Like a 'Bromance'

The first White House state dinner in more than a year had plenty of sake, R&B soul improvisation and all the makings of a hilarious "bromance." President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe freestyled odes to each other. The poet-in-chief recited a haiku. The last line means "harmonious feeling," Obama explained. The Japanese Embassy was certainly feeling the harmonious vibe, too. Prime Minister Abe, not to be outdone, told President Obama during his toast that U.S.