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48 Cringe-Worthy Examples Of What Not To Do When Interviewing The President Of The United States

As you already know (hell, I told you yesterday, for chrissake!), fearless Fox News reporter of truth and resident philosopher of the moon, tides, and all wonders of the vast cosmos, Papa Bear Bill O’Reilly, conducted a much anticipated, super hyped Super Bowl interview with sitting President of the United States, Barack Obama.

Only it was less an “interview” and more 15 minutes of Bill O’Reilly smirking and shrieking wildly, while oh-so-nicely, occasionally letting President Obama maybe get a word or two in every few seconds, before promptly interrupting him, as is proper etiquette for anyone interviewing THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

Manners people!

Good thing the non-Fox News liberal media elites over at Wonkette took it upon themselves to count up all 48, yes FORTY-EIGHT times, Bill O’Reilly annoyingly interrupted the man, and then mash it all together in one delightfully fun video for your viewing pleasure:

Ugh, can you believe the nerve of that God-awful NObama!? Interrupting Bill’s interruptions once or twice in a desperate attempt to squeeze a word in, or maybe just ask the man how da moon gotted dere in da sky, as if he were a Very Important Person or something.

FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, LET BILL SPEAK, YOU JERK!

Finally, a lesson in how real journalists do interviews. Loudly, brusquely, and with all the class & grace of Kanye West crashing an awards show.

“Yo B-Rock, I’m really happy for you, I’ma let you finish, but Ronald Reagan is one of the greatest, most unbelievable presidents of all time. One of the greatest presidents of all time!”

Huh, what’s that you say? You can’t hear me!?

FUCK IT!!! WE’LL INTERRUPT HIM LIVE THEN!!!!

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