Will This Be The Most Amazing Picture Of President Barack Obama In Office?

When President Barack Obama departed Jamaica for the Summit of the Americas in Panama on Thursday, he was conveniently photographed waving goodbye on Airforce One with a rainbow seemingly shooting out of his hands.

The remarkable photograph may just be one of the most outstanding pic taken during President Obama’s time in office. Of course, many took to Twitter ridicule and fawn over the photo.

The photo ended a low-key but enjoyable visit to Jamaica, where he held bilateral talks with the Prime Minister of Jamaica, Portia Simpson-Miller, hosted a town hall meeting at the University of the West Indies, and laid a wreath commemorating the Jamaican soldiers that fought in both World Wars.

While the photograph of the president departing Jamaica may be his most picturesque shot, President Obama shaking hands with Cuban President Raul Castro may be the defining photograph of his legacy of his Presidency.

It was the first formal meeting between the United States and Cuba leaders in

"If you keep on doing something for 50 years and it doesn't work, you should try something new" —Obama on #CubaPolicy pic.twitter.com/7VjNbRFc0A

— The White House (@WhiteHouse) April 11, 2015

“>over half a century.

President Obama spoke about the need of a change in the relationship between the two nations and how the old foreign policy on Cuba had failed.

“What we have both concluded is that we can disagree with a spirit of respect and civility and over time, it is possible for us to turn the page and develop a new relationship between our two countries.”

Raul Castro, brother of Fidel Castro, called President Barack Obama an “honest man” despite having to “agree to disagree” on a variety of issues

What are your thoughts on President Barack Obama’s change in policy towards Cuba?

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