President Obama made his final stop by Jimmy Kimmel Live! before the Nov. 8 presidential election and dished on what he thought of Donald Trump’s now infamously vile and misogynistic tape with Billy Bush. He admitted to watching it, so keep reading to see what he had to say as Jimmy’s one and only guest Oct. 24.
Sigh, what we wouldn’t give for another four more years with President Barack Obama! He made his last appearance as the sitting president to spend the entire show one on one with host Jimmy Kimmel, 48 . In addition to a hilarious edition of Mean Tweets, he dissed on Hillary Clinton’s opponent Donald Trump, 70 and his sick descriptions of groping women in his hot mic tape with Billy Bush, 45.
As for the infamous “Grab her by the p***y” tape, the 55-year-old admitted that, “I saw it. I was coming out of an event in Chicago and someone showed it to me on their phone.” Jimmy asked him the best “Duh!” question in asking, “Did you know it was going to be as notable as it was going to be?” Of course he did, as Obama shot back, “Didn’t you? That’s one of those things where if your best friend who worked in the office somewhere had that video it would be a problem even for him, right? And he isn’t running for president. And rightfully so.” Amen to THAT!
He also had some cutting words about Donald, saying, there’s something “qualitatively different about the way Donald Trump has operated in the political sphere.” The president noted when he ran in 2008 against John McCain, 80, and Mitt Romney, 69, in 2012, that they were “good, honorable men” in a swipe at the tycoon. “If they’d have won, I wouldn’t worry about the general course of this country. But what we haven’t seen before is somebody questioning the integrity of elections and the will of the people,” about Donald consistently whining that if he doesn’t win, it’s because the U.S. election system is rigged against him.
It wasn’t all serious election talk though. The president told an adorable story of how daughter Sasha, 15, taught him how to use Snapchat then became totally annoyed with him. He also revealed that it’s a good thing the U.S. Constitution limits him to two terms, because otherwise it would spell the end of his marriage to First Lady Michelle, 52. “If I were able to run for a third term Michelle would divorce me, so it’s useful that I don’t have that choice to make,” he joked, noting, “All the women in my life are looking forward to live a more normal life,” when he leaves office in Jan. 2017.
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of President Obama’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live?