As Tourist-In-Chief, Obama Visits Bob Marley Museum in Jamaica

Barack Obama, Yvette Clarke
The Associated Press

What’s the first thing you think about when you think about Jamaica? Bob Marley.

President Obama didn’t disappoint, choosing to visit the Bob Marley museum less than an hour after Air Force One touched down on the island.

During his tour of the museum, the president viewed the framed record albums on the wall.

“I still have all the albums,” he mused as photographers were allowed to join him for the visit. His tour took less than 20 minutes.

Obama was joined by National Security Advisor Susan Rice and Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes who both tweeted about the event.