White House Correspondents' Dinner Address 2015. delivered 25 April 2015, Washington, . President Obama: In our fast-changing world, traditions like the White House Correspondents' Dinner are important. Luther: I mean, really, what is this dinner? And why am I required to come to it? Jeb Bush, do you really want to do this? President Obama: Because despite our differences, we count on the press to shed light on the most important issues of the day. Luther: And we can count on Fox News to terrify old white people with some nonsense!" Sharia law is coming to Cleveland. Run for the damn hills! "Y'all, it's ridiculous
Barack Obama: So, this night is a testament to all of you who've devoted your lives to that idea, who push to shine a light on the truth every single day. So, I want to close my final White House correspondents' dinner by just saying thank you. I'm very proud of what you've done. It has been an honor and a privilege to work side by side with you to strengthen our democracy. And with that, I just have two more words to say: Obama out. Sonix is the best online video transcription software in 2019
And of course, the White House press corps is here. I know CNN has taken some knocks lately, but the fact is I admire their commitment to cover all sides of a story, just in case one of them happens to be accurate. Laughter and applause. President Barack Obama’s remarks at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner in Washington, . Conan O'Brien, who followed, had this to say about the President’s remarks: He’s so funny and he’s so good at this. He’s like the coolest president we’ve had, maybe since John F. Kennedy, and his timing is so good and he has such good material that you’re thinking two things at the same time: A) this is really hard to follow, which it is, and B) he’s warming them up, he’s getting them laughing
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Barack Obama's Epic Final White House Correspondents' Dinner Speech. While Barack Obama still has a few months before he departs the Oval Office, the President recently ended his eighth and final White House Correspondents Dinner with a hilarious speech. As it seems, Obama’s not going quietly.
Barack Obama attended his eighth and final White House Correspondents’ Dinner Saturday night in Washington, . and the president made sure to go out with a bang by delivering a biting 20-minute speech that ragged everyone from the media and Congress to presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Next year at this time, someone else will be standing here in this very spot, and it’s anyone’s guess who she will be, Obama joked about his possible successor
More coverage of the White House Correspondents Association dinner: watch Wanda Sykes' speech and see a slideshow of celebs and politicos. President Barack Obama mocked his own administration and gave playful digs at his critics and Republicans at a black-tie dinner Saturday night attended by a mix of politicians, celebrities and journalists. Part 1: <0-993-hh. Part 2: <0-994-hh.
White House correspondents’ dinner: Obama’s best zingers. Trump’s rival Ted Cruz received barbs for his recent reference to a basketball ring while campaigning in Indiana. The president’s speech clearly tickled the audience in the Washington Hilton ballroom that included Biden, John Kerry, Republican party chairman Reince Priebus, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg and actors Mirren, Jared Leto, Bryan Cranston, Will Smith, Jeff Goldblum, Rachel McAdams, Mark Ruffalo, and Tom Hiddleston. Turning serious at the end, the president thanked the White House correspondents and praised a free press
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