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  • PRESIDENTIAL: Obama Reads ‘Mean’ Tweets On ‘Jimmy Kimmel’

    President Obama continues to demonstrate just how seriously he takes his office.

    On Thursday while he was in Southern California he sat down with Jimmy Kimmel on his late night talk show to take part in a popular segment known as “Mean Tweets.”

    Of course Obama wouldn’t be flying out for his 21st trip to SoCal without money being involved. He was doing his favorite thing, attending a fundraiser for the DNC.

    Because you know…priorities right?

    This Kimmel segment usually features a list of celebrities, and sometimes politicians, that read real tweets from fans, or haters, directed towards them. Kim Kardashian, Russell brand, and even Representative Paul Ryan have all taken part in the fun, but this segment went full-on Presidential.

    Kimmel started the segment by saying, “I think it’s important to remember that presidents are people, too.”

    The first tweet that Obama read: “Obama’s hair is looking grayer these days. Can’t imagine why since he doesn’t seem to be one bit worried about all thats going on.”

    My personal favorite was: “Is there any way we could fly Obama to some golf course halfway around the world and just leave him there?”

    In two years, my friends; in two years.

    Watch “Mean Tweets – The President Obama edition” above.

    Matt Schuck

    Staff Writer

    Matt Schuck is a staff writer for Daily Surge. He's a DC native who got his start in broadcasting doing stints at the legendary radio station DC101 and Hot 99.5, before being recruited by the Heritage Foundation to launch their first ever radio program. Matt has worked with SiriusXM, Phil Hendrie (Team America, Futurama), and as an executive producer for the John Fredericks Show.

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