President Barrack Obama appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to participate in ‘celebrities read mean tweets.’
The problem with being such a public figure is that all eyes are on you. For every fan that you have, you most likely have a person that doesn’t like you. Being a public figure or celebrity opens yourself up to those people being very critical of you and even saying some mean things about you. After a while, it could start to get under the person’s skin.
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Jimmy Kimmel has given these celebrities and public figures a way to vent about the hurtful things that are said about them. He’s created his segment of ‘celebrities read mean tweets’ as a way for these celebrities to read what mean things people have to say about them and maybe get a chance to defend themselves.
Obviously, the bigger the celebrity, the more entertaining the segment is. Well, you can’t get any bigger of a public figure in the United States then the Commander in Chief, President Barrack Obama.
There is no other public figure in the country that gets the kind of heat and criticism that the President of the United States receives. Being the President, taking criticism and listening to what the public has to say is all part of the job. Now, Jimmy Kimmel has given President the opportunity to read what the citizens of the United States of America has to say about him on ‘celebrities read mean tweets.’
Not for nothing, but there are certainly meaner tweets out there about President Obama. These are completely tame compared to the things said about Obama on the news on any given day. However, it would probably be very difficult to read those tweets on national television, as they are probably about 75% profanity and racial slurs. President Obama will most likely be getting some more mean tweets about having appeared on this show. As Jimmy Kimmel said, Presidents are people too.
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