Keke Palmer is SO fed up!
The Scream Queens star went on to rant:
Donald Trump may be comin' to town next month — but until then, the Obama family is enjoying their last Christmas in the White House!
On Thursday, President Barack Obama shimmered some holiday hope in Washington for the 94th Annual National Christmas Tree Lighting on the Ellipse of the National Mall.
And because he always goes the extra mile in charming the crowd, the President then led a festive Jingle Bells sing-along with Santa himself!
The night got even more lit with performances by Kelly Clarkson, Chance the Rapper, James Taylor, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, The Lumineers, and Yolanda Adams.
Ch-ch-check out clips of the night (below) including Obama's speech, Michelle reading 'Twas The Night Before Christmas, and the festive jam sesh (below)!
Ellen DeGeneres may be the queen of cracking jokes, but it turns out White House security is no laughing matter.
On Tuesday, as the talk show host arrived at President Barack Obama's stomping grounds to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the TV personality realized she didn't have any identification with her.
And while the funny lady's identity is undeniable — after all, her famous face is EVERYWHERE — security STILL turned her away, leaving the comedienne stranded on a bench outside.
Ellen took to Twitter to document the sad moment (above), captioning the silly shot:
The streaming service just dropped a new trailer for their upcoming biopic Barry, in which newcomer Devon Terrell portrays a young Obama, or "Barry" as his friend call him in the movie, as he moves to New York City to attend Columbia University!
The film not only deals with Barack's life as a student, but also touches on racial issues, family, dating, and discovering who he wants to become as a person!
Ch-ch-check out the exciting new trailer (above) to see a glimpse at Obama's early years and make sure you mark your calendars for December 16 when the flick lands on Netflix!
No one ever said creating an America for everyone was easy.
But according to Jon Stewart, the idea of a country run by people of different cultures, backgrounds, and histories is "not natural."
The former Daily Show host trimmed his beard to sit down with Charlie Rose and give his rational take on the results of the election.
He said on Thursday's CBS This Morning:
"I don't believe we are a fundamentally different country today than we were two weeks ago. The same country that elected Donald Trump elected Barack Obama. This election, to me is just another extension of the long argument that we've had from our founding, which is: What are we?"
While Trump's campaign was full of questions — Is he a sexual criminal? Is he fit to lead a country? Are his hands really that small? — Stewart says there's one question the President-elect was NEVER asked. He mused: