We adore “Hangover” star Zach Galifianakis and his hilarious Funny Or Die sketch show “Between Two Ferns”.
The latest interview is with President Barack Hussein Obama. Is he a President or a celebrity? Check out the barbs exchanged!
Barack Obama traded insults with Hangover star Zach Galifianakis in a hilarious episode of the Funny or Die satirical sketch show.
The President clearly had nothing better to do than to joke around about his questionable birth certificate, basketball skills, and make fun of Zach’s films.
The sketch series runs on Will Ferrell’s comedy site, showing Galifianakis interrupting and insulting his celebrity guests with rather rude questions.
Zach did a little interview with Justin Bieber not too long ago. See it here!
Zach got busy asking random questions to the President.
Galifianakis begins the sketch by stating, “Sorry I had to cancel a few times- my mouse pad broke last week and I had to get my great aunt some diabetes shoes”.
Zach then stars with very important questions, such as “First question: In 2013, you pardoned a turkey. What do you have planned for 2014?”
Obama said, “We’ll probably pardon another turkey. We do that every Thanksgiving. Was that depressing to you? One turkey taken out of circulation- one turkey you couldn’t eat?”
Galifianakis states, “I would make same sex divorce illegal and then see how bad they want it”.
The President responds saying, “I think that’s why you’re not president, and that’s a good thing”.
Galifianakis then asks, “So how does this work? Do you send Ambassador Rodman to North Korea on your behalf? I read somewhere that you would be sending Hulk Hogan to Syria- or is that more of a job for Tonya Harding?”
The funnyman asks the President, “Where are you planning on building your presidential library- in Hawaii or in your home country of Kenya?”
Later Obama began talking about the benefits of the Affordable Care Act, Galifianakis interrupted him by saying asking, “Is this what they mean by drones? (Healthcare.gov) That’s the thing that doesn’t work? Why would you get the guy that created the Zune to make your website?”
The skit ended when Obama pressed the red button and the black backdrop subsequently fell to the ground, revealing that the short was being filmed in the White House Diplomatic Room.
We enjoyed the interview, but it would appear the President has bigger matters to take care of instead of starring in comedy skits. We have to agree with Samuel L. Jackson. Be “fu**ing presidential”.
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