Democrat calls Obama 'f***ing a**hole'

   Apr 25, 6:50 pm

New York, Apr 25 (ANI): Democrat Jon Lovitz recently ripped President Obama 's take on taxing the rich.

The former 'Saturday Night Live' star skewered the commander-in-chief during a recorded comedy show, calling Obama a 'f***ing a**hole'.

"The whole thing with Obama saying the rich don't pay their taxes is f---ing bull----," Lovitz said on his podcast, "The ABC's of SNL," which was released on Sunday, the New York Daily News reported.

Lovitz insisted that he was especially disheartened because he voted for Obama in 2008.

"First they say to you, you're dead broke, the United States of America, you can do anything you want, go for it,' " he said.

"So then you go for it and then you make it, and everyone's like 'f--- you.'"

Director Kevin Smith hosted the podcast. (ANI)

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