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My Next Guest Needs No Introduction review: David Letterman genially interviews Barack Obama - EW.com

EW.comMy Next Guest Needs No Introduction review: David Letterman genially interviews Barack ObamaEW.comDavid Letterman used to live between commercial breaks, so there's a feeling of leisure in his new Netflix series. You could call it rambling. On the series premiere of My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, Letterman talked with former President Barack ...Netflix's My Next Guest Needs No Introduction proves the world still needs David LettermanThe VergeNetflix Brings David Letterman Back To The Interview Chair — With A Few TwistsNPRTV Review: 'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman' on NetflixVarietySlate Magazine -RollingStone.com -Hollywood Reporter -Washington Free Beaconall 119 news articles ».....»»

Category: break-upsSource: tmzJan 12th, 2018

Netflix's My Next Guest Needs No Introduction proves the world still needs David Letterman - The Verge

The VergeNetflix's My Next Guest Needs No Introduction proves the world still needs David LettermanThe VergeWhen David Letterman left the Late Show in 2015, it felt like a generational changing of the guard. After over three decades as a late-night host, the comedian was stepping away, letting Stephen Colbert reinvent the show while Letterman enjoyed the ...Netflix Brings David Letterman Back To The Interview Chair — With A Few TwistsNPRObama rips Fox News viewers: 'You are living on a different planet'Fox NewsMy Next Guest Needs No Introduction review: David Letterman genially interviews Barack ObamaEW.comRollingStone.com -Slate Magazine -Hollywood Reporter -UPROXXall 131 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJan 12th, 2018

Barack Obama still has 'dad moves' on David Letterman's Netflix talk show - EW.com

EW.comBarack Obama still has 'dad moves' on David Letterman's Netflix talk showEW.comDavid Letterman scored some BFDs for his new Netflix talk show, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman — and one of them is former President Barack Obama. As shown in a clip from the episode, available to stream Jan. 12, Obama makes ...See first look at Letterman's interview with Obama on "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction"CBS NewsWatch Obama Talk Dancing With Prince on David Letterman's New Netflix ShowBillboardWatch Barack Obama Talk Dancing With Prince in David Letterman Show ClipRollingStone.comBusiness Insider -Slate Magazine -Washington Examiner -Radio.com Music and Entertainment Newsall 48 news articles ».....»»

Category: feudsSource: tmzJan 10th, 2018

Barack Obama Will Be David Letterman"s First Guest on His New Netflix Talk Show!

David Letterman is getting back into the talk show world, and Barack Obama will be the first person to chat with him when he returns! Netflix revealed the news of David‘s first guest on his upcoming talk shoe series on Friday (January 5), which is called My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman. [...] David Letterman is getting back into the talk show world, and Barack Obama will be the first person to chat with him when he returns! Netflix revealed the news of David‘s first guest on his upcoming talk shoe series on Friday (January 5), which is called My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Barack Obama This will be the former President of the United States’ first talk show appearance since leaving office. The 60-minute show will stream each month, with the first episode debuting on January 12. Five more episodes will stream, one per month, afterward. Other guests later in the series include George Clooney, Malala Yousafzai, Jay-Z, Tina Fey and Howard Stern. Each episode is centered around one person David finds fascinating......»»

Category: topSource: justjaredJan 5th, 2018

Barack Obama Talks Dad-Dancing With Prince In First Clip Of His Netflix Interview With David Letterman!

David Letterman is coming back with a whole new talk show called My Next Guest Needs No Introduction on Netflix, and his first guest is another recent retiree — President Barack Obama! The first clip of the brand-new interview with the 44th POTUS reminds you just what it looks like to have a family man in [...] David Letterman is coming back with a whole new talk show called My Next Guest Needs No Introduction on Netflix, and his first guest is another recent retiree -- President Barack Obama! The first clip of the brand-new interview with the 44th POTUS reminds you just what it looks like to have a family man in the Oval Office. Video: Trump Thinks He'd Have 'Fun' Beating Oprah In 2020 Barack tells the story of dancing during a Prince performance while trying desperately not to embarrass daughter Sasha, who he calls "an excellent dancer." See his big tip for dads trying to bust a move (below): See the whole premiere episode of My Next Guest Needs No Introduction on Friday! [Image via Netflix.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJan 10th, 2018

Obama will be the first guest on Letterman's new Netflix talk show - Washington Post

Washington PostObama will be the first guest on Letterman's new Netflix talk showWashington PostWith his new monthly Netflix talk show, David Letterman is returning to the limelight — and bringing former president Barack Obama with him. Obama will be the first guest on “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman,” set to begin Jan ...Obama Announced as First Guest on New Letterman Talk ShowNew York TimesDavid Letterman's return to TV will feature Barack Obama on new Netflix showNew York's PIX11 / WPIX-TVDavid Letterman's New Show Has a Title and a Premiere Date—and Barack ObamaVanity FairTIME -Daily Beast -Cinema Blend -New York Daily Newsall 158 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJan 5th, 2018

Obama set as first guest on Letterman's new show

David Letterman has booked an all-star guest list for his new Netflix talk show series, "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman." Barack Obama will be his first guest in Jan.         David Letterman has booked an all-star guest list for his new Netflix talk show series, "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman." Barack Obama will be his first guest in Jan.        .....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayJan 5th, 2018

Obama Announced as First Guest on New Letterman Talk Show - New York Times

New York TimesObama Announced as First Guest on New Letterman Talk ShowNew York TimesFormer President Barack Obama is to be the first guest on David Letterman's new monthly Netflix talk show, the streaming network announced Friday. It will be one of Mr. Obama's only interviews since he left office. (In the fall, he recorded an ...David Letterman Details 'My Next Guest' Netflix Talk ShowRollingStone.comDavid Letterman Netflix Series Sets Barack Obama as First GuestVarietyBarack Obama to be David Letterman's first Netflix guestWashington PostUSA TODAY -EW.com -Reuters -Newsweekall 98 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJan 5th, 2018

David Letterman Details 'My Next Guest' Netflix Talk Show - RollingStone.com

RollingStone.comDavid Letterman Details 'My Next Guest' Netflix Talk ShowRollingStone.comDavid Letterman has detailed his upcoming Netflix series 'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction,' his first TV project since leaving 'The Late Show.' By Daniel Kreps. 46 minutes ago. More News. David Letterman Sets TV Return With Six-Episode Netflix ...David Letterman Netflix Series Sets Barack Obama as First GuestVarietyLetterman Netflix series gets Obama as first guest: See trailerEW.comBarack Obama to be David Letterman's first Netflix guestWashington PostUSA TODAY -Newsweek -Reuters -Vanity Fairall 72 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJan 5th, 2018

Letterman lands Obama as first guest on new Netflix show - Reuters

ReutersLetterman lands Obama as first guest on new Netflix showReuters(Reuters) - Veteran former U.S. talk show host David Letterman will return to television on Jan. 12 in a new Netflix show where his first guest will be former U.S. President Barack Obama, Netflix Inc said on Friday. FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Barack ...Obama Announced as First Guest on New Letterman Talk ShowNew York TimesLetterman Netflix series gets Obama as first guest: See trailerEW.comDavid Letterman taps Barack Obama as first guest on Netflix show, premiering Jan. 12USA TODAYVariety -RollingStone.com -Washington Post -Cinema Blendall 144 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJan 5th, 2018

Barack Obama Seemingly Takes Shots At Donald Trump With Warning About Divisive Social Media Usage!

What a wonderful post-Christmas treat! As we previously reported, back in September, Prince Harry sat down with Barack Obama for a chat about life after the presidency. Although we had to wait awhile, on Wednesday morning, BBC Radio 4's Today finally aired the high-profile interview. Ahead of lightning round questions (which included 44 giving his thoughts [...] What a wonderful post-Christmas treat! As we previously reported, back in September, Prince Harry sat down with Barack Obama for a chat about life after the presidency. Although we had to wait awhile, on Wednesday morning, BBC Radio 4's Today finally aired the high-profile interview. Ahead of lightning round questions (which included 44 giving his thoughts on Suits vs. The Good Wife), the ginger royal asked Obama to share his thoughts about Donald Trump's inauguration. Related: Trump Truly Believes He Saved Christmas Being a seasoned politician, the former Commander-In-Chief tactfully danced around naming the Trumpster personally, but did mention that he had some mixed feelings on January 20. Why?? Mainly, he felt somewhat uneasy about Donald's election given "all the work that was still undone" and "concerns about how the country moves forward." After the chaotic year we've had, it seems Barack's concerns were justified. Still, Obama didn't expect the peace of mind he felt once he departed the oval office. In regards to the inauguration, he noted: "But overall there was a serenity there, more than I would have expected." Good answer. Obama seemingly took another shot at Trump when he issued a warning about the toxic nature of social media. Michelle Obama's husband added: "One of the dangers of the internet is that people can have entirely different realities. They can be just cocooned in information that reinforces their current biases." Specifically, Obama criticized how the many online platforms can reinforce prejudicial views. He continued: "The question I think really has to do with how do we harness this technology in a way that allows a multiplicity of voices, allows a diversity of views, but doesn't lead to a balkanization of our society, but rather continues to promote ways of finding common ground… All of us in leadership have to find ways in which we can recreate a common space on the internet. It used to be, in the United states for example, we had three television stations and everybody watched Walter Cronkite or David Brinkley or whoever the chief anchor was. Everybody had a common set of facts, and so there might be conservatives and liberals, but people could generally agree on a baseline of reality." Well said. Can't he just come back?? *WAAAAAAH* Barack went on to address his own reputation that was criticized in the media. Although the press often described him as "dispassionate and professorial and analytical," he relayed that he's actually quite the empathetic person: "I don't think I can do my job well, or that any leader can do their job well if they don't have the capacity to feel deeply for the people they're serving. The great danger that often befalls leaders is that the people they're supposed to be serving become abstractions. If you don't understand that what you do every day has a profound impact on somebody else, then you shouldn't be there." Are you LISTENING, Donald??? Despite still being a prominent political figure in the U.S., Obama is now focusing on "training the next generation of leaders." In fact, he happily described himself as a "coach." Ummm, okay -- we'd pay to see THAT movie. Well, it appears Harry REALLY nailed this guesting editing role for BBC Radio 4, because he got some great answers out of Barack. However, we're a little irked that Prince William's bro didn't confirm whether Barack and Michelle will be invited to his wedding. Meghan Markle's man coyly dished: "I don't know about that, we haven't even put the invite or the guest list together, who knows if he's going to be invited or not... I wouldn't want to ruin that surprise." *Sigh* Regardless, be sure to listen to Harry and Barack's sit down for yourself by clicking HERE! [Image via Euan Cherry/WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonDec 27th, 2017

David Letterman taps Barack Obama as first guest on Netflix show, premiering Jan. 12

Former late-night talk-show host is hosting a monthly interview series called 'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.' His first guest: Barack Obama.         Former late-night talk-show host is hosting a monthly interview series called 'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.' His first guest: Barack Obama.        .....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayJan 5th, 2018

Trump Supporters Think Obama Was Golfing During Hurricane Katrina — When He Wasn"t Even The President Then!

This is what happens when you yell about actual news being fake while spreading "alternative facts." Your followers become idiots. Supporters took to Twitter this week to praise Donald Trump's response to Hurricane Harvey — you know, the one where he exploited the tragedy for political gain and just two weeks previously rescinded an executive order [...] This is what happens when you yell about actual news being fake while spreading "alternative facts." Your followers become idiots. Supporters took to Twitter this week to praise Donald Trump's response to Hurricane Harvey -- you know, the one where he exploited the tragedy for political gain and just two weeks previously rescinded an executive order to improve flood protections. Sorry, did we say praise Trump? We meant raise him up by tearing down Barack Obama, obviously. Related: Trump Is Literally The Most Unpopular First-Year President EVER The Twittersphere was filled with people talking about how Obama hadn't been nearly as good a president during Hurricane Katrina because he was too busy golfing. Of course, Obama wasn't a good president during Katrina. BECAUSE HE WASN'T PRESIDENT DURING KATRINA! Obama didn't take office until 2009, nearly three and a half years after the Hurricane hit the Gulf Coast. But that didn't stop the parade of ignorance (see below): Will you please get lost. Where were you when Katrina hit, oh right, playing golf. Now you want to play president. NEVER again — Annie Kleynjans (@AnnieKleynjans) August 28, 2017 He literally told the Gov of TX "anything u want, u got it". WTF else is he supposed to do? Be on the golf course like Obama was w/katrina? — Middle America Spoke (@GoBlue1131) August 28, 2017 Obama played golf at Martha's Vinyard when Katrina hit. Now he tries everything to upstage current POTUS. Pathetic. — Shawn Vermillion (@VermillionShawn) August 28, 2017 u guys are so quick to criticize Trump. Where was Obama when Hurricane Katrina hit… o yeah, he was playing golf for 3 days!! … SAD!! — fontaineaux (@Lynchburged) August 29, 2017 He isn't playing golf, like Obama during Katrina. — CJES (@Carolyn31806792) August 29, 2017 Obama played golf for a whole week before doing anything after katrina hit. — Joy Stewart (@ColtsFanJlynRN) August 26, 2017 On this anniversary of #HurricaneKatrina making landfall let us never forget... Barack Obama wasn't president. Stay in school kiddos. pic.twitter.com/qnBxOVTbZF — Schatz 🤦🏻‍♂️ (@emjbourne) August 29, 2017 Yes I do. I was immediately fixed it but the haters pounced quickly while not denying its point which was that Obama stayed golfing. — sheila (@sheila06942158) August 29, 2017 Right. The point still stands. Even though every aspect of it was factually inaccurate. Why are y'all being haters? Are there really THAT many completely ignorant American voters?? Maybe. But some analysts believe most of these Twitter users are actually bots -- fake accounts to send the same message en masse. This kind of commenting is a more pervasive form of spreading propaganda; while the message can be easily disproven, unlike a single website it can't be easily policed. This kind of fake news spreading is believed to have slightly influenced the election, so as ridiculous as this story is, it's no joke. Photos: 10 Times Donald Trump Helped Spread Fake News! Whether Trump supporters are delusional or illusory, we have a real problem here. Oh, and BTW -- Obama, an Illinois Senator at the time, wasn't golfing either. In fact, he took time to visit with Katrina evacuees in Houston. Bill Clinton and then Senator Barack Obama in New Orleans visiting Hurricane Katrina victims 2005 pic.twitter.com/O4r89ncRKM — Bettie Rose (@BettieRose100) April 9, 2016 [Image via WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonAug 29th, 2017

Netflix unleashes David Letterman Jan. 12 for monthly talk show

Former late-night talk-show host is hosting a monthly interview series called 'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.' His first guest: Barack Obama.         Former late-night talk-show host is hosting a monthly interview series called 'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.' His first guest: Barack Obama.        .....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayJan 5th, 2018

Prince Harry interviews former President Obama - ABC News

NBCNews.comPrince Harry interviews former President ObamaABC NewsBritain's Prince Harry (R) gestures while watching a wheelchair basketball event with former President Barack Obama at the Invictus Games in Toronto, Sept. 29, 2017. more +. 0 Shares. Email · Prince Harry has conducted an interview with President Obama ...Don't Make Him Do 'the Face'! Prince Harry and Barack Obama Joke Around Ahead of Radio InterviewPEOPLE.comPrince Harry Interviews Barack Obama: "Do I Need a British Accent?"E! Online'Nervous' Prince Harry interviews Barack Obama for Radio 4Telegraph.co.ukThe Hill (blog) -The Week Magazine -Atlanta Journal Constitution -Mashableall 35 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsDec 17th, 2017

Michelle Obama Talks "Standard Of Ethics" & Lack Of Diversity In Politics With Shonda Rhimes

It might be her 25th anniversary with Barack Obama, but Michelle Obama spent her day on Tuesday in conversation with with Shonda Rhimes at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women. During the girl power chat, the former FLOTUS discussed female empowerment and the "standards of ethics" used in the White House. Related: Barack Obama Admits He Shed Tears [...] It might be her 25th anniversary with Barack Obama, but Michelle Obama spent her day on Tuesday in conversation with with Shonda Rhimes at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women. During the girl power chat, the former FLOTUS discussed female empowerment and the "standards of ethics" used in the White House. Related: Barack Obama Admits He Shed Tears After Dropping Malia Off At Harvard The lawyer reflected on her family's time in charge -- and the differences facing our country now, joking: "For the last eight years, we had a standard of ethics, a lot of constraints. What it means to have a commander-in-chief that actually upholds the standards of the White House..." She went on to encourage women to "speak up" and demand a seat at the table, which is dominated by white men: "Don't waste your seat at the table and if you're scared to use your voice, then give up your seat to someone who can use it because we can't afford to waste that opportunity. I want women to pay attention, because this is what happens when we don't stand up. We give our seats up to those who are supposed to be there, because of the stereotypes of what power and success is supposed to be." The activist added: "I've been at so many tables and met so many fools who are imposters, but shame on us if we just let an imposter put us down. When you know what's right and you don't say anything, you see wrong happening and you sit quietly, that's what I want women to challenge to be, to speak up. We don't get to the right answers without raising our voices." On the subject of children, Michelle hasn't lost hope for our future generation: "I think they're more open in ways and less tolerant of obvious inequities. This generation will look at what is happening now in the world and say, ‘This doesn't feel right,' because they know what they were taught. They've been raised with an openness. Many kids today only know that Barack Obama was their president. They grew up only under hope and opportunity. I think now they will be less tolerant and feel some of what is happening now as what they intrinsically know is not what they were taught. The thing we cannot forget is that children know when people don't believe in them or they're not being invested in. Kids know when things are different for them, when they are being quieted or being treated fairly. It's sort of a shame on us adults when we treat kids like they don't know." As for the importance of diversity in Congress, Obama told Rimes: "Usually at the State of the Union address, what you see is this real dichotomy. On one side of the room it's a feeling of color. On one side of the room it's gray and white. On the other side of the room there's yellows and blues and greens. One side, all men, all white. On the other side, some women and people of color. Whenever I was sitting…I looked at that and thought ‘No wonder people don't trust politics. We're not even noticing what these rooms look like.'" Preach! After the inspiring chat, a recorded message from Barack popped up on the screen for him to tell his bride on their special day: "Your strength, grace, determination honesty, and the fact that you look so good doing all of this, it's remarkable. It's no wonder that as people got to know you as I got to know you, that they fell in love. It's truly the best decision I ever made to be persistent enough to ask you out on a date that you finally gave in and I hope you feel the same way." Feels!!! [Image via W.Wade/WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonOct 3rd, 2017

Barack Obama Dishes on His "Dad Moves" on David Letterman"s New Netflix Show

Barack Obama's got some "dad moves" and he's not afraid to admit it.  The former president sits down with David Letterman in a clip from the late night legend's new Netflix series, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman, where he opens up about Prince's performance at the White House in 2015 -- and the dance moves he brought on stage with him.  "This was probably three or four months before he died, and Prince asks Sasha [Obama] to come up and dance, and she’s an excellent... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]].....»»

Category: topSource: etonlineJan 10th, 2018

"Love, Barack": Obama Describes His "Rich And Plentiful" Love In Intense Unearthed Letters To College Girlfriend

Wow. Meanwhile we can't even get a look at Donald Trump's tax returns. Emory University has just made public nine very personal letters written by Barack Obama to his girlfriend Alexandra McNear from 1982 to 1984. The couple met when they were both students at Occidental College and attempted to keep their relationship going long-distance when Barack [...] Wow. Meanwhile we can't even get a look at Donald Trump's tax returns. Emory University has just made public nine very personal letters written by Barack Obama to his girlfriend Alexandra McNear from 1982 to 1984. The couple met when they were both students at Occidental College and attempted to keep their relationship going long-distance when Barack transferred across the country to Columbia University. Related: Barack Dated Another Woman At The Same Time As Michelle — And Asked Her To Marry Him First! While the letters serve as a fascinating chronicle for historians of Obama's time as a college student and recent graduate just getting started at Business International, they're also insanely personal, revealing details of a romance long before Michelle Obama! For instance, he describes a vivid memory of a moment they spent cuddling at a friend's home: "A young black man with his arm behind his head, staring at the ceiling with moist eyes, and a young white woman resting her head on his arm, alone and facing the swirling expanse, outside the room, inside themselves, separate in the eye of the storm." Dang. So poetic! The sentiments, written during a period when Barack and Alexandra are growing apart, are more sad and confused than the public servant we've known the last decade. See a few of the standout excerpts (below): On His Ending Relationship "I think of you often, though I stay confused about my feelings. It seems we will ever want what we cannot have; that's what binds us; that's what keeps us apart." "I am not so naïve as to believe that a distinct line exists between romantic love and the more quotidian, but perhaps finer bonds of friendship, but I can feel the progression from one to the other (in my mind)." "I trust you know that I miss you, that my concern for you is as wide as the air, my confidence in you as deep as the sea, my love rich and plentiful. Love, Barack." On Healthy Debate "[The challenge] lies in forging a unity, mixing it up, constructing the truth to be found between the seams of individual lives. All of which requires breaking some sweat. Like a good basketball game. Or a fine dance. Or making love." On Serving Mankind "I don't distinguish between struggling with the world and struggling with myself. … I enter a pact with other people, other forces in the world, that their problems are mine and mine are theirs. … The minute others imprint my senses, they become me and I must deal with them or else close part of myself off and make myself and the world smaller, lukewarm." On Visiting His Childhood Home Of Indonesia "I can't speak the language well anymore. I'm treated with a mixture of puzzlement, deference and scorn because I'm American, my money and my plane ticket back to the U.S. overriding my blackness. I see old dim roads, rickety homes winding back towards the fields, old routes of mine, routes I no longer have access to." On Being Broke After College "One week I can't pay postage to mail a resume and writing sample, the next I have to bounce a check to rent a typewriter..." "Salaries in the community organizations are too low to survive on right now, so I hope to work in some more conventional capacity for a year, allowing me to store up enough nuts to pursue those interests next." Tons of fascinating insights into the POTUS we miss the mostus. The letters are now officially public record at Emory's Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library. You can learn more HERE. [Image via WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonOct 19th, 2017

Letterman sits down with Obama, but both men seem rusty and off their game - Washington Post

Washington PostLetterman sits down with Obama, but both men seem rusty and off their gameWashington PostWhat could seem better than getting David Letterman and President Obama together again and sitting them down in front of an audience to talk for an hour about whatever's been on their minds since they both left their old jobs? What better fantasy come ...What's on TV Friday: David Letterman's New Show and a Tribute to Tony BennettNew York TimesLetterman and Obama reunite for the debut of the Late Night King's new Netflix showLos Angeles TimesBoy It's Great To Have David Letterman Back Right Now With 'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction'UPROXXKPRC Click2Houston -Radio Times -Newsday -The New Yorkerall 33 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJan 12th, 2018

Michelle Obama Wishes Barack a Happy 56th Birthday!

Michelle Obama took to social media to wish her husband, former President Barack Obama, a happy birthday on Friday (August 4). The former POTUS is celebrating his 56th birthday and he is getting a ton of well wishes on social media! “Another year older, but the same phenomenal guy I married nearly 25 years ago. [...] Michelle Obama took to social media to wish her husband, former President Barack Obama, a happy birthday on Friday (August 4). The former POTUS is celebrating his 56th birthday and he is getting a ton of well wishes on social media! “Another year older, but the same phenomenal guy I married nearly 25 years ago. Happy birthday, @BarackObama — we love you so much!” Michelle wrote on Instagram. Michelle wrote a message to the followers of Obama.org that day as well. “Today is Barack‘s birthday, and this year, I want to do something a little different for him. I don’t have a card for you to sign. Instead, I have something that I know would mean even more to Barack than your well-wishes (and that’s saying something): I’m asking you to share with Barack, right now, how you’re stepping up to be a better citizen in your community. I’m asking you to share your own ‘daily act of citizenship,’” she wrote. “This work — these personal, local, daily acts of citizenship — is what the Obama Foundation is all about. This work is what my husband is all about.” Happy birthday Barack!.....»»

Category: topSource: justjaredAug 4th, 2017

Watch David Letterman Return to Late Night TV on 'Kimmel' - RollingStone.com

RollingStone.comWatch David Letterman Return to Late Night TV on 'Kimmel'RollingStone.comTwo years after retiring from 'The Late Show,' David Letterman returned to late night television Tuesday when he visited 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' By Daniel Kreps. 23 minutes ago. More News. David Letterman Sets TV Return With Six-Episode Netflix Series ...David Letterman Tells Jimmy Kimmel What He Misses Most About Late-Night TVE! OnlineDavid Letterman explains why he gave Conan O'Brien a horse on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'USA TODAYIt's Damn Good to See David Letterman Back On TVEsquire.comSplitsider -TheWrap -WLS-TV -Deadlineall 26 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsOct 18th, 2017