(BUSINESSINSIDER) — US President Barack Obama gave a somewhat surreal interview on ESPN Tuesday at an exhibition baseball game played between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban national team.
During the lengthy interview, Obama discussed the Brussels attacks earlier in the day, human rights in Cuba, and the stress of throwing out a first pitch as he was split-screened with the game.
On Brussels, he reiterated his earlier point that the world "has to unite" against terrorism. At least 34 people were killed in the early-morning attacks.
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