David Spade: Obamas Too ‘Thirsty’ for Attention
Actor David Spade slammed President Barack Obama on Sunday, calling the president “thirsty” for attention.
“I criticized Obama because I thought, you know, a president should have a little more dignity than – I mean, I realize that Woodrow Wilson went on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ once, but what president’s doing reality shows?” Spade told TMZ in a video posted on Sunday. “It just sounds weird to me, you know, it’s just too much.”
“Like, he’s on GQ – I’m like, leave that to Bradley Cooper,” he added. “You don’t need to go – the president, you’re above all of us, you’re above stars, you’re above everything. When he’s trying to get in the mix, like, I want to present at the MTV Awards – all right guy, you got it, relax.”
“It just seems a bit thirsty to me, that’s all.”
The Hill reports:
The comedian also said first lady Michelle Obama appears more on Ellen DeGeneres’s talk show than he does.
“I think that, you know, Michelle Obama’s on ‘Ellen’ more than I am. I mean, what first lady – it’s just a new world, it’s just I’m not used to it,” he said.
Spade earlier this month retweeted one of his followers who was critical of the president’s appearance on Grylls’s show.
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