President Barack Obama on How Bo Changed the White House

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Published on May 18, 2021

After James Corden shares his condolences for the recent passing of his family’s dog, Bo, he asks President Barack Obama about The First Dog’s arrival to the White House and how it changed the dynamic of everything in the residence. And President Obama shares what kind of nearly universal response he received when his family announced Bo’s passing.

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40 comments

  • angiepa58 1 year ago

    I love that man. IDC what the haters think, he’s the real deal.

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  • mccarraa 1 year ago

    Oh no. I didn’t know RIP

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  • Raquel Passarelli 1 year ago

    I lost my best friend in 2019, he was almost 18 years old. I miss him do much, his death brought so much pain. He left a hole in my soul and sorrow in my heart. He is still my best friend and I still love him more then myself. He was the best dog I’ll ever know.

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  • Joyce Duncan 1 year ago

    I’ve been blessed to take care of 6 lovely dogs over the last 25 years. I’m crying now, and next will watch This Is Us. Why do I do this to myself?

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  • Vorce Demonize 1 year ago

    Love yall

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  • bonnie ikamas 1 year ago

    Wonderful!❤️

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  • Nick Jiles 1 year ago

    This really boreds me and it is so pathetic that this guy has no sympathy for his dog I don’t care how many people in the comments section could make hundreds of excuses just to show how stupid they really are for a guy who brainless idea to get a dog and show no enthusiasm to pray for a dog’s loss and this right here is why if you can’t take care of a dog what makes you think you want to get one in the first place in like I said people in the comments section could careless how much they show lack of taste it is just disgusting to see poor taste into characterizing a dog with poor scene of value

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  • R 1 year ago

    oh I didnt know Bo died 😔

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  • Doug Walker 1 year ago

    …i think of a Moonkies song..

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  • 88mpower 1 year ago

    BO stinks!

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  • Javier Fernandez 1 year ago

    I had to put 2 dogs down. They bit family.

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  • verdatum 1 year ago

    That was the one thing that humanized Donald Trump’s presidency….Oh wait, he never had a pet. Why do people like him??

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  • Justina Andeme 1 year ago

    The good quail acly shrug because gladiolus adventitiously identify unlike a parallel feeling. hideous high, round decimal

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  • Tim H 1 year ago

    Excellent Show with President Obama Mr Cordon. You are truly the funniest man in the late late night talk show business!!!

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  • Glnn Chrstphr 1 year ago

    When someone has a pet,, especially dogs but other pets too,, it can give great insight into a person. The fact that Trump had no pets, animals anyway, told me right away what kind of a man he was. I knew that he would be an unempathetic, uncaring man who only cared about himself and his agenda. It was obvious that he has no love in his heart, only anger and hatred (redhat).

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  • Tim H 1 year ago

    Lauren Greenberg is beautiful!!!🔥

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  • J. Frank Parnell 1 year ago

    Awww Bo…. He was America’s dog. So sorry.

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  • xothenaa parraga 1 year ago

    i love me some OBAMA! talk about the BEST PRESIDENT WEVE EVER HAD! YESSS🥰😍

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  • Brittany Rayner 1 year ago

    Love ob

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  • Simon Templar 1 year ago

    Trash

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  • Sergey Murai 1 year ago

    Good idea

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  • Shatoshia Mays 1 year ago

    Where’s the monologue? I was really looking forward to seeing it

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  • Martha Villegas 1 year ago

    Love your human fellows as much you love your pets 💙

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  • Filip jasieński 1 year ago

    have yu considered bumping him? “sorry mr president, Kanye just cofirmed”

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  • Mira Yoon 1 year ago

    😥 rest in peace, Bo

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  • Chris Cox 1 year ago

    Two dog/political related things from 2016 come to mind when Obama is saying this. I recall as the Trump phenomenon was on the ascent, and his followers were showing little care for his abject cruelty, support of violence and general reprehensible character, there was a Democratic woman who did a video to try and show that “we are all good” after all by acting like she had lost her dog outside a Trump rally. The Trump supporters were engaged and trying to help her, so the point was to say, “Hey, see? We are more alike than different.” But then those same people still went into a rally where Trump spewed awful, hateful rhetoric about immigrants being rapists, etc. The second thing is when Trump was asked about whether they’d have a dog in the WH, he brushed it aside, “Why would I have a dog? It looks stupid to walk a dog around the White House.” Well, yeah, when you do it. But when you see that iconic shot of Obama running with Bo, it’s heartwarming as hell.

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  • Kenny Hernandez 1 year ago

    I clicked bc i though obama was bald lmao

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  • Sierra Begin 1 year ago

    Now I’m crying over my childhood dog, THANKS OBAMA 😂

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  • Darryl Carnell 1 year ago

    Condolences for your four legged family member, many of us know that pain.

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  • LEGACY 94 1 year ago

    Animals help heal the spirit. RIP Bo. I understand the lost. Our family dog name was King, he came into our life when he was just a newborn puppy; I was 7 years old. He was sooooo smart, his hair coat was deep brown with black streaks. He would walk us to school and wait at the corner street to meet us after school. He shared monument moments with us growing as children: birthdays, family reunions, baseball games (Jackie Robinson League), High School Proms, dates, and adolescence high school years than died of old age. We grieved for a week. He was a great protector. Thank you for sharing President Obama.

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  • LEGACY 94 1 year ago

    Animals help heal the spirit. RIP Bo. I think the late Senator Kennedy gifted Bo to the children your first year in office. I understand the lost. Our family dog name was King, he came into our life when he was just a newborn puppy; I was 7 years old. He was sooooo smart, his hair coat was deep brown with black streaks. He would walk us to school and wait at the corner to meet us after school. He was part of family monument moments: birthdays, family reunions, baseball games (Jackie Robinson League – Chicago), High School Proms, dates, and adolescence high school years; than he died of old age. We grieved for a week. He was a great protector. Thank you for sharing President Obama.

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  • Nathan Lehn 1 year ago

    Dogs do hold us together

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  • Nathan Lehn 1 year ago

    Beautiful way to describe pets

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  • Paula Powell 1 year ago

    Love President Obama. Everything about him.

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  • Valerie CA Mtn 1 year ago

    🌺 ALOHA so wonderful !! Please invite Pres. Obama often !! I’ll always be watching, no matter what

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  • K Popelka 1 year ago

    Obama- worst president along side Biden . Evil , evil man that hates America

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  • Sonja S 1 year ago

    Carriers of the memories of our children….how true

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  • gabi v 1 year ago

    How can’t you not raise your hat to this man? He’s probably broken inside about losing his friend of what 11, 12 years, but he can articulate his response? He’s seen so much misery in his time in office, that none of us can even comprehend, which makes him tougher.
    What if you would be able to extend your pets life by giving it some of your own years? Would be interesting to make a pool.

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  • Kim Denault 1 year ago

    Nothing like the love of a dog🙏🐾💕🇨🇦

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  • JOSH ZIGLER 1 year ago

    Gaza rockets part of resistance, says Indian collective

    A Correspondent Published May 18, 2021 – Updated about 3 hours ago

    New Delhi: Rockets fired by Palestinians against Israel are part of a “resistance” which is supported by international law, a group of writers and artistes led by Arundhati Roy and Nayantara Sahgal has declared, The Hindu said on Monday.

    In a statement, the collective accused Israeli government of killing Palestinian children and blamed Israeli settlers for illegally trying to snatch Palestinian land. The collective, which includes actor Ratna Pathak Shah, Naseeruddin Shah, novelist Githa Hariharan and economist Prabhat Patnaik, said narration of the latest fighting in Gaza should not deprive Palestinians of their “dignity and right to resist”.

    “Palestinians in Gaza fired rockets at Israel. The rockets did not start or define the brutality that followed. The rockets came as as part of a resistance — backed by international law — of an illegal occupation,” declared the statement from the collective.

    It said Israeli retaliation with “extreme force” killed civilians, including children. India taking a stand on the flare-up has told the UN that the Gaza rockets were indiscriminate and the Israeli bombardment was retaliatory, a language not very different from President Joe Biden’s comments on the issue.

    The collective urged the Egyptian air force to provide a ‘no-fly zone’ above Gaza strip and pointed to the lack of political will in the Arab world to protect the Palestinians.

    Published in THE HINDU, May 18th, 2021👄😗💔🎉👄👄

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