Jimmy Kimmel & President Obama
James Christian Jimmy Kimmel (born November 13, 1967) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, voice artist and television host. The Presidency of Barack Obama began at noon EST on January 20, 2009, when he became the 44th President of the United States. /5
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President Obama visited Jimmy Kimmel Live & featured in the 2nd Presidential Edition of
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President Obama w Jimmy Kimmel between segments last night
Usually funny but not the Prez!--> "President Obama reads on Jimmy Kimmel — & he gets BURNED HARD
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"Vladimir Putin said he thinks that President Obama would save him if he were drowning. Then President Obama said, 'There's only one way to find out.'" - Jimmy Kimmel
Jimmy Kimmel just ask President Clinton if he felt cheated outta being named the 1st Black President...Clinton's answer was great, a part of his answer was, he love being thought of it but President Obama really is!
President Obama, Jimmy Kimmel, Ellen Degeneres and others reacted to David Letterman's announcement.
I adore Jimmy Kimmel. He just said said that when President Obama and John Boehner finally settle this government shut down is over, the make up sex is going to be awesome. I just peed a little.
"People are saying now that before the government shutdown congressmen went out and got drunk, celebrating that they had shut down the government. This is the kind of thing that could damage their 10 percent approval rating." -- David Letterman "I want the names of the *** who elected these people." -- Jimmy Kimmel "At least here in America, crucial agencies like the U.S. Border Patrol are still on the job. That's a good thing. The last thing we need is an influx of Canadians, with their politeness and a government that's open every day." -- Craig Ferguson "How to end the government shutdown: I think if you hold down Texas and Maine at the same time, it automatically reboots." -- Stephen Colbert "If it turns out that President Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable totalitarian mullahs in the world, but not with Republicans, maybe he's not the problem." -- Jon Stewart And... "Texas Senator Ted Cruz gave a 21-hour speech on the floor of the Senate during which he read ...
Talk Back: What should come of the Obama-Romney luncheon? Awkward! President Obama. Mitt Romney. A luncheon of rivals...Who can forget the two on the debate stage -- prowling, pointing -- the bitter rivalry spawning, tortured catch-phrases: "Romnesia." "Romney-hood." "Obama-loney." Now the man who accused the other man of "giving away free stuff" may just dine on Obama-loney. Jimmy Kimmel said: "For the last eight months, Mitt Romney has been saying nobody should get a free lunch. Now, he's going to the White House to have a free lunch." We laugh. But what if Mr. Obama asked Mr. Romney to play an important role going forward? Even the president has acknowledged Romney's skill in making things -- like the Olympics -- run better. But the track record for post-election pow-wows is not good. After the 2008 election, John Mccain and Obama met and vowed to work together on economic issues. Look at them now: not exactly best buds. Just say the word Benghazi and -- ouch! Still, it could be a win-win for both me . ...
Jimmy Kimmel played a recorded message that Chris Rock had made for white voters. The message basically goes through a list of arguments that Chris makes on why President Obama is actually white. Even if this doesn’t sway any undecided voters, it’s still good for a few laughs.
Late Night Jokes from Newsmax.com The Tonight Show With Jay Leno Late Show With David Letterman Jimmy Kimmel Live! Late Night With Jimmy Fallon The Tonight Show With Jay Leno Tomorrow night Joe Biden and Paul Ryan will be facing off in the vice-presidential debate. The White House is a little worried. In fact, Biden's handlers are telling him, “Whatever you do, don't be yourself. Be anybody else." The good news for the White House is that unemployment has dropped to 7.8 percent, right where it was when President Obama took office. So Obama has gone from "Change you can believe in" to "Can you believe there's no change." Today the Secret Service caught a woman trying to sneak into the White House with a mysterious package. Turns out it was just Ann Romney with some carpet samples. Mitt Romney is refusing to participate in the long-running special on Nickelodeon called “Kids Pick the President.” Romney said it's nothing personal; he just says that these kids are part of that 47 percent who contribute ...
''Mitt Romney says he understands the middle class, and that he knows it's not easy keeping a roof over your family's heads -- as well as vacation roofs in San Diego, New Hampshire, and Park City, Utah.'' —Jay Leno ''President Obama and Mitt Romney both gave commencement speeches over the last few days. Obama was like, 'You can be whatever you want to be,' while Romney was like, 'I can be whatever you want me to be.''' —Jimmy Fallon ''Romney proves with a little hard work and a little luck, even a multimillionaire white guy from Harvard can succeed in this country.'' —Jay Leno ''Mitt Romney was attacking Obama about our failing education system. He has a point. We are graduating millions of people in this country who are so lacking in basic analytical skills, they are considering voting for Mitt Romney.'' —Bill Maher ''During a speech on Friday, Mitt Romney told students that if they want to go to college or start a business, they should just borrow money from their parents. That should work fine ...
"I hosted the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner on Saturday night. The entertainment was me and President Obama. He was very funny, and made jokes about the fact that he ate a dog. Some people thought it was undignified for the president to joke about that. Personally, I feel like once you eat a dog, dignity is pretty much out the window. Get what you can out of it." –Jimmy Kimmel
Jimmy Kimmel opened the 2012 Primetime Emmys with a monologue that spared few in attendance or in the news. He cracked jokes about Mitt Romney, President Obama, Jon Hamm and "Honey Boo Boo."
Jimmy Kimmel: “Does it bother anybody else that President Obama said his favorite show is Homeland? I don’t think the president should be watching Homeland for the same reason Charlie Sheen shouldn’t be watching Breaking Bad.”
Favorite quote from the Emmys last night. Jimmy Kimmel said he didn't like President Obama watching Homeland; that it was about the same as if Charlie Sheen watched Breaking Bad. really enjoyed the Emmys last night...very entertaining...great skits. "Sheldon" from the Big Bang Theory introducing the accountants...etc.
Observations of the decline of America It was a quiet weekend spent with rugby and friends but there were a few things to comment about... The Muslim world took a break from killing each other as they chanted "Death to America"...or the American media decided to take the weekend off and watch football...the later I think... If our Muslim friends would just leave us alone...we'll probably finish the job ourselves without their help. Still waiting for President Obama to suggest that they stop clinging to their religion and guns! I watched a bit of the Emmys last night and witnessed the further "chickification" of the American male...Jimmy Kimmel has gone from the Man Show to a skit where he is botoxed and sobbing in the ladies room, punched out by Kathy Bates and wearing Ellen Degeneres' pants... What a waste of space. I watched the football game. Kimmel hasn't been funny since he broke up with Sarah Silverman and they weren't that funny then...But the woman does have a nice rack. I had no choice but to s ...
One of the most common objections I have heard for folks coming to church is, "There are too many hypocrites in the church." Well, guess what? The Church falls way in the distance to the hypocrites in the world. We now have class war onslaught toward Mitt Romney's wealth. His wife is criticized for wearing a $1000 blouse while Michele Obama is praised in her $6500 jacket. Talk show hosts and celebrities say his wealth (250 million net worth) makes him out of touch with America. Then I have to ask them, "How out of touch are you?" Here are a few exhibits: David Letterman 400M net worth, Jay Leno 150M, Larry King 150M, Howard Stern 500m, Bono 900M, Jon Stewart 80M, Stephen Colbert 45M, Even youngsters like Jimmy Kimmel 25M and Jimmy Fallon 16M have a lot of nerve to criticize. Bill Maher 23M, Dan Rather 70M, Katie Couric 55M, Nancy Pelosi 26M and President Obama, a career politician, has amassed 12M in net worth. By their own logic, these dissenting voices don't represent the common American either. Hmmm.se ...
Penn Jillette's rant follows on the heels of Jimmy Kimmel questioning President Obama on medical marijuana raids at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, Bill Maher hoping for another gaffe from Vice President Joe Biden that forces the President's hand on marijuana legalization like he did with ga...
I need a download of President Obama and Jimmy Kimmel's speeches at this year's White House Correspondents Dinner.
President Obama gloats and dances over the Supreme Court 'Obamacare' ruling on Jimmy Kimmel and Jay Leno.
Fidel Castro posted a blog entry last week titled "The Best President." Castro thinks a robot would do a better job than President Obama. And if Mitt Romney wins, that could happen. - Jimmy Kimmel
Louis Leone wrote: On Saturday night, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama attended the White House Correspondent's Dinner, which was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. You can watch President Obama's full speech below: Go on the blog... In my first term, we ended the war in Iraq; in my second term, I will win the war on Christmas. (Laughter.)
Video on msnbc.com: At this weekend's White House Correspondents Dinner, President Obama cracked jokes about eating dog, Mitt Romney, and the Secret Service while the night's host, Jimmy Kimmel, also cracked about the president's ears.
So I'm flipping through the pages of Entertainment Weekly and I see a picture of President Obama surrounded by the who's who of Hollywood while high fiving Jimmy Kimmel. Then I see a caption that that reads as follows: Obama joked, "In my first term I sang Al Green. In my second term I'm going with Young Jeezy." When I was in high school I listened to a guy tell the student body all sorts of hilarious nonsense in a bid for student council vice president. He went as far as to tell us that he would protect the school from toxic waste spills. He was popular, funny, hip, & cool, but he couldn't have cared less about that position. He went on to beat a girl who was passionate, gave a fiery speech, and truly wanted to make a difference. When your young, funny is cool. Popularity is cool. When I see Obama surrounded by celebrities, making appearances on late night shows with America's favorite comedians, & cracking jokes, I am reminded of that high school image of coolness & popularity. I mean come on, ...
Jimmy Kimmel performed at the 2012 White House Correspondents' Dinner Saturday night. Here are some of the best hits at Obama: "I know you won't be able to laugh at my jokes about the Secret Service. Please cover your ears, if that's physically possible." "Democrats would like you to stick to your guns. And if you don't have any guns, you can ask Eric Holder to get some for you." "It's a thrill for me to be here with the president. A man who has I think done his best to guide us through some very difficult times and paid a heavy price for it. You know, there's a term for guys like President Obama. Probably not two terms." "Mr. President, remember when the country rallied behind you in hopes of a better tomorrow? That was hilarious."
Top 10 Best Jokes from President Obama and Jimmy Kimmel - Kimmel: “If you told me when I was a kid I would be standing on a dais with President Barack Obama, I would have said, ‘The president’s name is Barack Obama?’ - Obama: “Four years ago, I was locked in a brutal primary battle with Hillary Clinton. Four years later she won’t stop drunk-texting me from Cartegana.” - Kimmel to Obama: “Remember when the country rallied around you in hope for a better tomorrow? That was a good one.” - Obama on Romney: “We both have degrees from Harvard. I have one, he has two. What a snob.” - Kimmel on Obama’s thinness: “This is how you know the country’s in bad shape. The president is starving. North Korea is sending him food aid.” - Obama: “Last year at this time, this very weekend, we finally delivered justice to one of the world’s most notorious individuals, (Photo of Donald Trump)”
Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.) is unfazed by the jokes Jimmy Kimmel made at his expense during the White House Correspondents Dinner Saturday night. Kimmel all but called West an *** when he said that President Obama was "candid" in using the term to describe Kanye West -- then said, "No offense sir, ...
Quote of the week: Jimmy Kimmel to President Obama at the White House Correspondents Dinner. "Mr President, remember when everybody rallied around you and you said things would get better? That was hilarious!"
President Barack Obama joked at the White House Correspondents' dinner this weekend that an alarming percentage of poll respondents prefer his better half. Self-deprecation aside, First Lady Michelle Obama more than holds her own, and not just when it comes to besting Ellen at pushups or being a fashion icon. For Saturday's Hollywood-meets-Washington bash, President Obama's wife, 48, looked regal yet flirty in a strapless paisley organza gown by Naemm Khan: The mother of two accentuated the dress by wearing her hair in loose, tousled waves, accessorized with gold hoop earrings. As always, the end result was stunning. Mrs. Obama cracked up sitting next to the night's host Jimmy Kimmel, who roasted the President and scores of other A-list attendees during a 25-minute speech. The night's guests included George Clooney, Reese Witherspoon, Kim Kardashian, Eva Longoria, Anna Paquin, Steven Spielberg, Tony Romo, Candice Crawford, Matthew Morrison, Kate Hudson, Rick Santorum and Lindsay Lohan.
Who was funnier at Saturday’s White House Correspondents' Dinner, Jimmy Kimmel or President Obama? You decide:
President Obama was pretty funny at the White House Correspondents' Dinner Saturday night. But late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel was the real funny man, targeting just about every class of Washington celebrity.
Jimmy Kimmel and President Obama skewered the Secret Service, Washington's political and media elite--and each other--at the 98th White House Correspondents' Association dinner on Saturday night at the Washington Hilton.Jimmy
"President Obama wanted to move the dinner to the Kennedy Center this year, but the Republicans wanted to keep it here at the Hilton, so they compromised and here we are at the Hilton." -Jimmy Kimmel
President Obama poked fun at himself, politicians and at the media at the 2012 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner. watch the hilarious video below including Jimmy Kimmel who is also this years host.
Jimmy Kimmel aimed his comedic barbs at President Obama, Washington politics, and the Secret Service during the White House Correspondents Dinner on Saturday...
AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari Who was funnier at the White House Correspondents Dinner, comedian Jimmy Kimmel or President Barack Obama? The general consensus in the ballroom full of journalists, media executives, Washington big wigs and Hollywood stars was that they both delivered some pretty great zi...
WATCH: President Obama outshines Jimmy Kimmel at the White House Correspondents' Dinner | (via
Jimmy Kimmel & President Obama at the White House Correspondents' Dinner: Jokes about Mitt, Hillary, & dogs, dogs, dogs
Jimmy Kimmel & President Obama were hillarous! SO many funny stuff. Off the top of my head, fav. Kimmel stuff. 4. Keith Oberman jokes 3. To Mrs. Obama on Heathy living "There's Chris Christie get em!" 2. "The Ginrichs are here, guess the check cleared." 1. as Stevie Wonder "The President is black?!"
President Obama, Jimmy Kimmel high-five at the White House Correspondents Dinner, aka red...
"Jimmy Kimmel got his start years ago on the Man Show. In Washington, thats what we call a Congressional hearing on Contraception." - President Obama at the White House Correspondents Dinner
"It's doesn't matter what color you are, whether your Black like President Obama or Orange like Speaker Boehner, we are all Americans" - Jimmy Kimmel . . . LMAO!!!
A few of my favorite Jimmy Kimmel fun points at the White House Correspondents Dinner : This is really incredible – what a collection of people – here in one room, we have members of the media, politicans, corporate executives, advertisers, lobbyists, and celebrities - everything that is wrong with America is here in this room tonight. *I talked to a guy who was a huge supporter of Obama Care and a guy who says it’s a disaster and should be killed immediately, and it was interesting because I’d never met Mitt Romney before. *It just wasn’t Rick Santorum’s year – his year was 1954. *Everyone, look under your seats for a copy of Keith Oberman’s resume’. *Pot smokers vote too, sometimes a week after the election, but they vote, too. *This country is a great country, this is a land of liberty and justice for all - it doesn’t matter if you are black like president Obama or white like President Obama, or red like president Obama’s agenda or orange like speaker Bohner, America is and will ...
President Obama visited UNC-Chapel Hill today to deliver a speech on student loans and to guest star on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon . Typical of UNC students, they went hysterical when they learned...
The Latest From Late Night Comedians DATE: THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 2012 Conan O'Brien: "President Obama is gearing up for his presidential campaign. He's created a new series of ads aimed at Latinos. The first ad boasts that 'Just last week my Secret Service created jobs for 11 Colombian women.' That's a lot of jobs." Conan O'Brien: "Mitt Romney is weighing in" on the Secret Service scandal. "He said Secret Service personnel involved in the scandal should be fired for putting 'play time ahead of the nation.' So I think the real story here is that Mitt Romney describes prostitutes and cocaine as 'play time.' He's cooler than I thought." Jimmy Kimmel : "Mitt Romney is getting a lot of heat from animal lovers because of a story he told of when he put his dog Seamus in a pet carrier and strapped the carrier to the roof of his car for a 12 hour road trip. But now President Obama is the subject of a canine controversy, thanks to his own book. In Obama's memoir, called, 'Dreams from My Father,' he talked about his ...
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