GROSS: Kimmel Asks Barack If He Made Love With Michelle After Bin Laden Kill


Just how much do liberal media types think and obsess over Barack Obama? Jimmy Kimmel talked to the former President on Thursday and, in between all the gushing about ObamaCare, offered a gross new low: The sex life of Barack and Michelle. He asked this: “So on the night you did kill bin Laden, did you and Michelle make love?” 

 

 

Seriously? This is where we are now? Here’s the full exchange it all its grossness: 

JIMMY KIMMEL: So a personal question. I asked this question of your wife. I interviewed her in Tacoma last year. She told me that —  she said, “The next time I see you, I will tell you the answer, and I will tell you a story.” But I haven’t seen her. So on the night you did kill bin Laden, did you and Michelle make love?

BARACK OBAMA: Did she say she was going to answer that? 

KIMMEL: Yes. When I read the book and you were talking about hearing people outside the White House chanting “USA, USA, USA.” I had an image in my head, I did. 

OBAMA:  Uh — I suspect that she was asleep. Because the truth of the matter is, most of the time, by the time I was done working, she’d be snoozing.

This isn’t new. In 2009, an online New York Times story discussed women dreaming about having sex with Obama. 

When Kimmel wasn’t asking about Obama’s sex life, he was gushing about the greatness of ObamaCare: 

 

 

It is interesting, reading the book, that you have —  you could pick what you want to push. There are many things you care about, a million different things you care about, but there are only so many things you’re going to be able to get done as president. So, fortunately for us you chose health care as your first big push. 

And it is —  going through and reading about how difficult it is to get something like that done, which is crazy by the way, because it’s something that, looking back, people are pretty happy with. But it’s amazing that you got it done. It is the slimmest of margins. And to this day, Republicans keep trying to kill it. And us while they’re at it. I mean, that is —  that alone is, I think, an accomplishment that you could build a presidency around. 

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A partial transcript is below. Click “expand” to read more. 

Jimmy Kimmel Live
11/19/2020
11:49

JIMMY KIMMEL: Our guest tonight served eight years as the 44th president of the United States. In case you forgot that, he wrote a book to remind you. It’s called A Promised Land. It’s available  at long last. Please say hello to president Barack Obama. Very good to see you. 

BARACK OBAMA: Hey, Jimmy. 

KIMMEL: All right, all right. He knows. We miss you. Why did you leave us with him?     

OBAMA: I’ve got to follow the Constitution and Michelle’s mandate. Which was eight years. Then we had to get out of there. 

KIMMEL: The Constitution seems a little shaky lately. So I think Michelle’s mandate is a lot stronger.

KIMMEL: It’s very long. It’s 701 pages long. Did you make it that long to make sure Trump never reads it?

KIMMEL: It is interesting, reading the book, that you have —  you could pick what you want to push. There are many things you care about, a million different things you care about, but there are only so many things you’re going to be able to get done as president. So, fortunately for us you chose health care as your first big push. 

And it is —  going through and reading about how difficult it is to get something like that done, which is crazy by the way, because it’s something that, looking back, people are pretty happy with. But it’s amazing that you got it done. It is the slimmest of margins. And to this day, Republicans keep trying to kill it. And us while they’re at it. I mean, that is —  that alone is, I think, an accomplishment that you could build a presidency around. 

KIMMEL: Many years ago I decided to do an experiment. We went out on the street, we asked people what they thought of the Affordable Care Act. And then we asked those same, mostly Republicans, asked those same people what they thought of ObamaCare. And it was comical. I mean, everybody liked the affordable care act and no one liked ObamaCare. And it’s just so frustrating. And I would imagine it’s very frustrating for you. But thank God you made that top of the list, really. 

KIMMEL: So a personal question. I asked this question of your wife. I interviewed her in Tacoma last year. She told me that —  she said, “The next time I see you, I will tell you the answer, and I will tell you a story.” But I haven’t seen her. So on the night you did kill bin Laden, did you and Michelle make love?

OBAMA: Did she say she was going to answer that? 

KIMMEL: Yes. When I read the book and you were talking about hearing people outside the White House chanting “USA, USA, USA.” I had an image in my head, I did. 

OBAMA:  Uh — I suspect that she was asleep. Because the truth of the matter is, most of the time, by the time I was done working, she’d be snoozing.



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