Will & Grace actress, Megan Mullally, appeared on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, where she sobbed about the departure of Barack Obama from the White House.
Mullally recounted the time she met the President and first lady Michelle Obama at a White House Christmas party.
While sobbing about his exit, she begged Obama to stay. She recounted, “Listen, I really love you and we don’t want you to go.”
His shocking response to her was, “We’re not going anywhere.”
Mullally said to Colbert, “And he walked out the door and, I mean, I’m not talking about a cute, single tear, I mean, burst into wrenching sobs, doubled over. Nick had to get out his handkerchief and sort of block me from view because I was embarrassing myself. But, you know, I mean, that’s the greatest president and first lady in any of our lifetimes.”
Brent Baker, the Media Research Center Vice President of Research, described Mullally’s tantrum saying, “The definition of a vacuous Hollywood star, blithely unaware of how her sycophantic gushing should be embarrassing. She’s 58 years old, yet sounds like a ‘tween meeting the leader of a boy band.”
H/T: The Washington Examiner
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