The 2016 elections will most definitely be one not to forget. The choice between a Clinton dressed in scandals and a Trump dangerous even to himself is one thing not to forget.
How can we forget the tremendous Wall, from-where-on-earth! remarks, and the birth of the Obama Comedy?
When Obama came in 2008, he was a business-minded young senator who was as eloquent as his speeches of change. Soon afterward, he would meet Trump who would devote a large chunk of his time swearing there was no way Obama could have been born in America, marking the birth of a many scenes comedy show.
I will not suggest Obama was without his charm, swag, and humor before meeting trump, but Donald seems to bring out the best in him when it comes to humor. What on earth can beat White House Correspondents’ Dinners of 2011 and 2016?
If trump wins, of course, he will build The Wall and Mexico will pay. But if they refuse, which is unlikely, Obama will pay. All Trump needs do is give a comedy room in Vegas where presidents and big men of the world can pay to watch Obama comedy live. That is how good he is. It will even get better if he shares the stage with Seth Myers.
America has enjoyed very humorous presidents in the past. Ronald Reagan was good, Abraham Lincon was exceptional, John F. Kenedy had his stuff, Bill Clinton was another, but none ever has had the stage like Obama.
He has had his comedy which has had nothing to do with Trump, but the very best, and many people are saying it, are influenced by Trump.
Below are some of the very best Obama Comedy on Trump:
Obama comedy on Birth Certificate
In 2011 after Trump insisted he was not born in the US, Obama said he would put the whole matter to rest by providing a video of his birth in Africa. And he did just that when he played the birth of Simba in the Lion King children cartoon.
On the release of his “Birth Certificate”, he said about Trump
“…he can finally get back to focusing on the issues that matter, like, did we fake the moon landing? What really happened in Roswell? And where are Biggie and Tupac?”
On becoming President in 2012, he said referring to beautifying the White House
“Say what you will about Mr. Trump, he certainly would bring some change to the White House”
About his problems with Trump on Tonight Show with Jay Leno in 2012
“This all dates back to when we were growing up in Kenya. We had constant run-ins on the soccer field, he wasn’t very good and resented it. When we finally moved to America, I thought it would be over.”
On Trump’s Policies as a President
“They say Donald lacks the foreign policy experience to be president, but in fairness, he has spent years meeting with leaders from around the world… Miss Sweden, Miss Argentina, Miss Azerbaijan… ”
On Closing Guantanamo
“Trump knows a thing or two about running waterfront properties into the ground.”
Between Michael Bloomberg and Trump
“…Mike was a big city mayor, he knows policy in-depth. And he’s actually worth the amount of money that he says he is.”
On Trump securing GOP Nomination
“The guy wanted to give his hotel business a boost, and now we’re praying that Cleveland makes it through July.”
On the experience of Trump
“We all know about your credentials and breadth of experience. For example in an episode of Celebrity Apprentice, the men’s cooking team cooking did not impress the judges, and there was a lot of blame to go around. But you, Mr. Trump, recognized that the real problem was a lack of leadership. And so ultimately, you didn’t blame Lil’ Jon or Meatloaf. You fired Gary Busey. And these are the kind of decisions that would keep me up at night.”
To a tweet by Trump; “President Obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the United States!”
“Well… @realRonaldTrump? At least I will go down as a president”