Obama Jokes on Getting Trump Out of White House: ‘We Can Always Send the Navy Seals in There to Dig Him Out’

By Staff | November 20, 2020 | 4:37pm EST
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President Barack Obama appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Thursday and joked in response to a humorous question from the host that, if necessary, the Navy Seals could be sent into the White House to remove President Donald Trump.

“Well, I think we can always send the Navy Seals in there to dig him out,” said a jocular Obama.

Here is the transcript of the joking exchange Kimmel and Obama had about removing Trump from the White House.

Jimmy Kimmel: “You know the White House well. You lived there for eight years. Are there places someone could hide like if, say, they were going to be removed? Are there little cubby holes or anything we should know about?”

Former President Barack Obama: “Well, I think we can always send the Navy Seals in there to dig him out.”

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