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‘I wish I had his hair!’ Joe Biden admits to James Corden he is jealous of Boris

James Corden was lending a serving to hand on the White Home, discussing Boris Johnson’s hair and the kidnapping of boy band One Course. The comic and discuss present host additionally visited the kitchen at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, serving to out with “meals safety,” and opened a press briefing with US information reporters.

The humorous sketches got here as a part of a particular version of the Take A Break phase of Mr Corden’s The Late Late Present.

Posing as President Biden’s private assistant for the day, Mr Corden provided to get the president a snack earlier than “redecorating” the Oval Workplace with an image of himself with Harry Types.

He later requested the POTUS: “Which of the world leaders have you ever bought on that telephone on pace dial?

“We may name Boris Johnson.”

The US President replied: “Boris talks to me on a regular basis, I want I had his hair, I may have gotten elected sooner.”

The TV host quipped again: “You would like you had Boris Johnson’s hair? No person has ever mentioned that within the historical past of speaking about hair.”

Later whereas speaking to ex-White Home Press Secretary Jen Psaki concerning the briefing schedule, Mr Corden requested her: “The place does the president stand on One Course getting again collectively?

“Ought to they be kidnapped, positioned collectively as a band, and pushed out another time?”

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As Mr Biden sat down on the NATO summit, the PM requested: “How was your night?”

President Biden may very well be heard saying, “Good” on a TV feed of the assembly, “’Nice time with my granddaughters.”

Mr Johnson adopted up: “Get out of the city or what did you do?”


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