It's all fun and games until POTUS gets tricked…
Unbeknownst to the president, the athlete had a paid deal with Samsung and took the photo as a means to get publicity for the company.
"Maybe this will be the end of all selfies," he said on CBS's Face the Nation.
"Someone who uses the president's likeness to promote a product…that's a problem with the White House."
Pfeiffer added that White House lawyers have spoken with Samsung's legal team over the now-infamous selfie.