President Obama Eats Leftover Fish in 'Running Wild with Bear Grylls' Clip


President Obama Eats Leftover Fish in 'Running Wild with Bear Grylls' Clip


The sneak peek at President Barack Obama's adventure in Alaska wilderness sees him tasting salmon left by a wild bear.
The first clip from the survival show "Running Wild with Bear Grylls" that teases President Barack Obama's appearance is released online. It shows the commander-in-chief and the host, Bear Grylls, on a riverbank eating salmon left behind by a real-life bear in Alaska.

In the promo for the upcoming episode scheduled to air later this year, Grylls explains to Obama why the bear didn't finish the fish. Calling the leftover food "tasty," the President jokes, "It would have been nice if we had a cracker to go with it."

"Bear's a mediocre cook, but the fact that we ate something recognizable was encouraging," he also says. "Now, the fact that he told me this was a leftover fish from a bear, I don't know if that was necessary. He could have just left that out."

"As president, I am in what's called the bubble, and Secret Service makes sure that I'm always out of danger, which I very much appreciate, but it can be a little confining," he adds. "Every once in a while, if I do something unexpected, the phrase we use is that, 'The bear is loose,' so to be with Bear in the woods, it doesn't get any better than that."




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