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With so much happening, Malloy was able to address his Connecticut citizens and the nation by stating:
What in the world, Barbara Walters??
This is NOT the kind of question that solidified you as one of the best journalists in the world — and it's actually pretty offensive!
She straight up asks Chris Christie if he's too fat to be the President of the United States, as if that's a prerequisite to the job.
Not only that, but she asks him why he's overweight, which seems like a completely unnecessary question!!
His reaction is nothing but appropriate. Well handled, Chris!
Watch (above) to see it all happen — and on a side note, Chris Christie totally has the alliteration to be President. LOLz!
Jeremy Renner may be uncertain about the future of his Avengers character in upcoming Marvel flicks, but last night during his hosting stint on Saturday Night Live, he got to the opportunity to resurrect Hawkeye…with HIGHlarious results!
Ch-ch-check out the sketch comedy show's take on the super-friends blockbuster (above)!
Not only are we excited to see the actor showing off his SEKSI guns in that HAWT leather get-up once again, we're glad to see there were others who were equally as initerested in what would happen if he ran out of arrows!
Seriously! It's not like they come in ENDLESS supply!
But while it was mainly Jeremy's night, we also think it's important to give some props to New Jersey governor Chris Christie, who made a surprisingly LOLz-worth appearance during Weekend Update, which you can watch…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Here's what he tweeted:
"Hope y'all go out and vote. Getting the 'I Voted' sticker is worth it alone to go."
But is the voting frenzy giving the kid grand illusions?
Everyone should be happy about Colorado's groundbreaking recreational marijuana win, because it makes logical sense.
Governor Hickenlooper, who has to have made up that last name after a bet, would like to remind everyone that it's going to be a long process and blah blah blah don't be so excited. Who want's to put a stop to people being excited about politics??
Here's what he said:
New Jersey governor Chris Christie has made his less-than-favorable opinion of Barack Obama pretty clear over the course of his presidency, but in light of Hurricane Sandy, the Republican has set aside his differences with the Democrat.
While visiting the Brigantine Beach Community Center and speaking to refugees of the storm, they both praised each other's response to the disaster.
When Obama told the crowd, “I want to let you know that your governor is working overtime," Christie added: