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President Obama had a potentially very awkward moment after a golf outing at a Hawaii military base, when he found out that it had led to the relocation of a wedding for two Army captains — but the lucky couple weren’t complaining after they actually got moved to an even better spot.

Click above to watch Obama’s surprise phone call to the excited wedding party — and then share this video!

Video via CBS News.

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