President Obama Attacks Kim & Kanye, Kris Jenner Defends Them [VIDEO]

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    Kris Jenner, the head of the Kardshian clan, got a little  pissed with the recent remarks made by President Obama. He interviewed with David Blum for “The Kindle Singles” and used Kim Kardashian and Kanye West as examples for what the American has become and how disappointed he was with the two mega-celebrities.

    “Part of the American dream — even if you’re poor, or lower-middle class — involves yearning for tangible things you can’t afford. Were there things, when you were growing up, that you yearned for that you couldn’t afford? There was not that window into the lifestyles of the rich and famous.” – President Obama

    Kris took time out on her talk show (with Terrence J sitting awkwardly adjacent to her) to address President Obama. She defended Kim by saying she was the hardest working women around, and that Kanye never went on vacation. Kris pointed the finger at President Obama and said, “I wasn’t aware that you could only set the bar so high. And that we could only dream so big.”

    Watch the video and find out what else Kris had to say.

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    2 thoughts on “President Obama Attacks Kim & Kanye, Kris Jenner Defends Them [VIDEO]

    1. I agree with Kris Jenner …. her daughter, Kim is one of the hardest working women out there ….. well, that is to say if you consider he bouncing from bed to bed and spreading her legs for the highest bidder. AT LEAST Kanye West has a tangible talent and for that he rightfully deserves the millions that he has earned in the industry. But getting made up and wearing skin-tight dresses on red carpets while going to dating one man/getting knocked up while married to another does not constitute someone who worked hard for what they have. Trying to figure out why the Kardashians are classified as ‘celebrities’ will go right up there with the mystery or the Davinci code.

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