Jerry Seinfeld Doesn’t See Trump Being On ‘Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee’ Unlike Obama

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In just a few days, Jerry Seinfeld will unleash several new episodes of his series ‘Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee’ on Netflix. The show is known to feature a collection of famous funny people spending a day with Seinfeld. If you can recall, former President Barack Obama was a guest on the show despite not being a comedian.

In a new interview with USA Today, Seinfeld would be asked if current president Donald Trump could possibly end up as a guest. Seinfeld would go on to explain that unlike Barack, Trump doesn’t have much a comedic side. The newest season of ‘Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee’ officially kicks off on July 6th on Netflix.

Q: A few years ago, you called Trump “God’s gift to comedy.” Do you still agree?

Seinfeld: Absolutely, there’s so much material. Can you imagine how bad “SNL” would be without Trump? It’s so much more fun now.

Q: Would you ever invite him on your show?

Seinfeld: You have to be a comedian (to be on my show). You can’t be someone who’s made fun of — you actually have to be funny yourself. So far, we haven’t really seen that, but we’re watching closely. You got to show up at the White House Correspondents’ dinner and do a funny monologue. That’s how (President Barack) Obama got on the show. Remember his monologues at the Correspondents’ dinners? Very funny stuff.

 

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