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After taking harsh criticism for going to a baseball game in Cuba on the day of the Brussels terror attacks, President Obama danced the tango during a state dinner in Argentina. 

The president has defended his decision to continue his trip by saying that people should not let terrorists disrupt their lives. 

"It’s always a challenge when you have a terrorist attack anywhere in the world, particularly in this age of 24/7 news coverage. You want to be respectful and understand the gravity of the situation, but the whole premise of terrorism is to try to disrupt people’s ordinary lives," he said at the game. 

In remarks yesterday, Obama maintained that his top priority is defeating ISIS.

“There’s no more important item on my agenda than going after them and defeating them,” said Obama. “The issue is how do we do it in an intelligent way?”

Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted on Fox and Friends to the latest optics from President Obama abroad. 

He noted that so much of the presidency nowadays is "visual" and it's a questionable decision given what just occurred in Brussels. 

"I'm not so sure he should be doing that when everybody else is worried about where ISIS is and who they're gonna kill next and whether they're gonna come over here. Perhaps he should be giving a different impression of strength and preservation of freedom and safety," said Napolitano. 

Watch the segment below to also hear why the judge takes issue with Belgian authorities. 

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