Anger Translator Reveals Obama's Real Feelings: Video

 

Journalists, politicians, and celebrities gathered for the White House Correspondents' Association annual dinner. Journalism awards and scholarships were presented, with the assistance of First Lady Michelle Obama. President Obama and comedian Cecily Strong made humorous remarks about politics and the media. 

The president’s speech began with a brief video montage of photoshopped images overlaid with Swedish pop music duo Icono Pop’s “I Don’t Care,” before he read through his own version of a “bucket list” for the “fourth quarter” of his presidency. He poked fun at himself, the prospective Republican and Democratic 2016 presidential field, and cable news channels. At the end of his speech, he was joined by Keegan-Michael Key, who, acting in character as his “Luther” role from the comedy show “Key and Peele,” served as the president’s “anger translator.”

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