Best Unintentional Cameo In American History?

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Barack, Comedy, Democrats, Obama, Video

Just watch…



Robert Gibbs…umm…did you not hear your boss talking?

He’ll never live this one down.


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4 Responses to “Best Unintentional Cameo In American History?”

  1. SpkTruth2Pwr Says:

    lol I have to admit. He is an interesting kind of guy!

  2. mw Says:

    He should have made a face or done a full thumbs-in-ear wogga-wogga-wogga or something.

    Between Gibbs and Joe “BFD” Biden, the president had quite the back-up crew for this announcement.

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  4. Paul Says:

    Confusion in low places ? LOL

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