Jimmy Fallon announced “more bad news” for President Obama in Monday’s “Tonight Show” monologue.
After a few jabs about White House security, Fallon informed the audience of a brewing controversy surrounding a nixed plan to name a Chicago high school after the failed president.
Complaints from the community caused the change of heart in the president’s own home town. Ouch.
“I guess parents were afraid their kids would spend eight years at the school and still not get anything done,” Fallon said.
Even worse news for Obama?
The audience roared.
Watch the clip via NBC:
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