The Best Moments From President Obama’s White House Correspondent’s Dinner

President Obama and White House Correspondents Dinner 2015

The White House Correspondent’s Dinner is one of the few times each year when the President of the United States can let loose with some funny and even off color joke without the opposition totally losing their collective minds.

At last night White House Correspondents’ Dinner, the president and his 28-year-old speechwriter David Litt, crafted a fun speech that wreaked of Presidential swagger.

I personally enjoyed President Obama’s jokes and spent some time collecting the best moments on the night.

President Obama Came Out Swinging At Everyone In Politics

“[The White House Correspondents’ Dinner] is the night when Washington celebrates itself. Somebody’s gotta do it.”

President Obama when asked about his bucket list: “Well, I have something that rhymes with bucket list… Executive action on immigration? Bucket!”

“The Castro brothers are here tonight!”

Poking fun at the opposition

“I look so old John Boehner already invited Netanyahu to speak at my funeral.”

“Some people still say I’m arrogant, aloof, and condescending. Some people are so dumb.”

“Dick Cheney says he thinks I’m the worst president of his lifetime, which is interesting because I think Dick Cheney is the worst president of my lifetime.”

On Ted Cruz comparing himself to Galileo: “Now that’s not really an apt comparison. Galileo believed th earth revolved around the sun. Cruz believes that the earth revolves around Ted Cruz.”

END OF DAYS?

On the biblical end of days: “Now that’s a legacy.”

On Being Best Buds With Joe Biden

On his friendship with Biden: “We’ve gotten so close in some places in Indiana, they won’t serve us pizza anymore.”

Making Fun of The Media

“Usually the only people impersonating journalists on CNN are journalists on CNN.”

On Blackish: “Being blackish only makes you popular for so long.”

It was hard to ignore the President’s jokes, which in my opinion were among his strongest in years. Here’s an added treat:

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