White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emmanuel (Andy Samberg) urges President Obama (Fred Armisen) to get angry while meeting with GOP leaders, unleashing the fury and power of "The Rock Obama" (Dwayne Johnson). [Season 34, 2009]
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Rock's impression of Obama's body language is spot on, but the VOICE! Has been said a thousand times in the comments already, but you can't cheer his performance enough. Poouuhhaa, now that's a surprise talent.
in EVERY leftist sleeps a violent authoritarian .. thank you NYC comedians who are 100% on the radical, unreflected, vulgar, working class hating left, for that. Everyone will see through it except you. God bless america. I can not excuse tho that you put politics above art .. even tho you all know inside that you are inadequate to comment on politics .. you just want to be loved, well .. you're not any longer.
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