President Barack Obama "slow jammed the news" during his visit on "The Tonight Show: with Jimmy Fallon, which aired Thursday night, June 9, 2016.
Obama showed his abiity to read a TelePrompter and his comedy talents, making fun of Donald Trump during the musical skit. The president said "Orange Is Not The New Black" is his new favorite TV show, a reference to Trump's orange-tinted hair.
"There will be no third term," Obama said. "I can't stay forever, because Daddy's got a Hawaiian vacation booked in about 223 days, but whose counting."
'The Live Nation team also knew the demand for her tour would be extraordinary. For these reasons, we knew an arena tour would maximize the number of people who will be able to join this unforgettable conversation with Mrs. Obama.' -- https://www.westernjournal.com
In advance of the publication of Mrs. Obama’s memoir, “Becoming,” Live Nation, Ticketmaster and Hearst are helping with the former first lady’s rock-star-style return to the public sphere. -- https://www.nytimes.com
A book agent who has planned large-scale tours was virtually speechless as he checked the Ticketmaster page for Michelle Obama. “Huh,” he said. “Wow. O.K. It’s like you’re looking at a Madonna tour.” -- https://www.facebook.com
Barack Obama wasn’t happy those young whipper snappers apparently weren’t hanging on his every word (about himself) on Friday. “I’m talking to you, young people!” he snapped, pointing his finger with a stern look at some kids attending his rally ... -- http://www.theamericanmirror.com
One of the common responses to criticism of Donald Trump by his mostly white voters is something along the lines “we were embarrassed by Obama for 8 years.” One pastor is calling out that nonsense. Progressive pastor John Pavlovitz, a ... -- http://www.rfora.com
Last week, Michelle Obama announced her nationwide book tour of “Becoming,” her first memoir. But when tickets went live on Friday, fans freaked out at the sky-high prices, which are as… -- http://nypost.com
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