President Obama is getting tons of blowback as a result of his three interviews with YouTube personalities following the State of the Union address.
The White House press corps couldn’t help but poke fun at the administration at Thursday’s press conference.
“I’m just curious, was ‘Charlie Bit My Finger’ or ‘David After Dentist’ not available?”asked CNN’s Jim Acosta.
As expected, there was little of substance that came out of the interviews. GloZell Green, wearing what has become her trademark green lipstick, asked the president about normalizing relations with Cuba’s Castro brothers, who “put the dick in dictatorship.”
Then there was Hank Green, who posed a ridiculous drone question and then ended his session by asking the commander in chief for his autograph.
In the end, Obama topped off the utterly humiliating representation of the U.S. presidency with a selfie and a duckface pose just to be sure that America got his “middle finger message.” There’s no way he’s not making us look bad on purpose at this point.
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) January 22, 2015
— Scott (@m4zdaman) January 23, 2015
— Rick VanHestern (@BoomSlang321) January 22, 2015
— Barbara McMahon (@southsalem) January 23, 2015
Think how much more degradation American has to go thru the next two years with this zero. There is no dignity left. #GloZellAsksObama
— claudette (@claudet28549415) January 23, 2015
— Kathy Murphy (@katmur23) January 23, 2015
Saudi king dies, Iran moving into Yemen, Iraq, & Syria. Putin invading Ukraine. Obama gets interviewed by #GloZellAsksObama
— Howard Roark Laughed (@Major_Skidmark) January 23, 2015
— Allan Bourdius (@allanbourdius) January 22, 2015
Way to consider the optics, smart one.
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