Update 12:44 p.m. Oct. 25:
Krispy Kreme doughnuts were on the menu this morning at Tampa Fire Rescue Station No. 14 courtesy of President Barack Obama.
The President stopped at the 1325 S. Church Ave. in South Tampa on his way to the Ybor City rally.
"The President thanked Tampa Fire Rescue fighters for our service, talked with our firefighters, shot some hoops out back, and spent some time for photos, then went on to his scheduled rally in Centennial Park this morning," a fire rescue media release said. "Tampa Firefighters were delighted to have such high profile guest stop by and pay a visit; we welcome him back anytime."
That's the question President Barack Obama likely asked Tampa firefighters early this morning.
According to the President's Twitter feed, Obama made a quick stop at the firehouse this morning after landing in Tampa and he brought breakfast.
It is unclear at this time which fire station Obama visited. He is expected to speak at Ybor City's Centennial Park at 9 a.m. today, Oct. 25.
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