#IWonBothOfThem Trends on Social Media Following Obama's Ad-lib
Democrats and Republicans alike respond to President Obama's ad-libbed remark.
During President Barack Obama's State of the Union address on Tuesday, he ad-libbed a quip that is getting a lot of attention.
When Republicans clapped and laughed after he said he had no more campaigns to run, Obama said, "I know, because I won both of them."
He was both cheered and chastised for the line on Facebook and Twitter, where #IWonBothOfThem trended after his speech. Watch the video below, in which the camera stays on Obama, wink and all. See what people had to say in response on Twitter below.
#IWonBothOfThem The most arrogant president of all time! Unbelievable!!!! The emperor has no intention of working with anyone!— Dan Jacobsen (@djake0007) January 21, 2015
I love Obama's sassiness now that he is nearing the end of his presidency. His speech last night was great. #IWonBothOfThem— chrishyde (@chrishyde) January 21, 2015
#IWonBothOfThem So did Bush. But he's a grown-up and not a petty child, so he never mentioned it as a political ploy.— Jen ® (@NatesMama1128) January 21, 2015
What happened to respect? I'm glad Obama stood up for himself!! #IWonBothOfThem— Stephanie Spencer (@sgsmith1008) January 21, 2015
In other news Obama's smirk after #IWonBothOfThem literally gives me life— b a i l e y (@bailerinaaa) January 21, 2015
Kids, if you're gonna interrupt a speech about bi-partisanship with sarcastic claps, youre gonna get a sarcastic response. #IWonBothOfThem— Nick Simmons (@NickTypesWords) January 21, 2015
Obama couldn't fake bipartisanship long enough to finish a speech #IWonBothOfThem— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) January 21, 2015