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11 US Presidents Who Cracked The Most Hilarious Jokes In The US History

It isn't by chance that certain presidents have freely chatted away tasteful humorous words encompassed with the diplomatic ones. Work of pure destiny is what I call it. After all, providing the listeners with joy isn't what being the President of the United States is about. However, these Presidents did an amazing task of giving us all a good laugh while serving their country.

Here is a listicle of the best jokes as told by the US Presidents.

PS: I hear you, Obama. For the record, you nailed your stand-up comedy at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner. Absolutely, nailed it. 

11 US Presidents Who Cracked The Most Hilarious Jokes In The US History

11 US Presidents Who Cracked The Most Hilarious Jokes In The US History

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Barack Obama at the 2012 Correspondent dinner.

Barack Obama at the 2012 Correspondent dinner.

"I have a lot more material prepared, but I have to get the Secret Service home in time for their new curfew."

George W. Bush, White House correspondents' dinner, in 2006.

George W. Bush, White House correspondents’
dinner, in 2006.

"Cheney's a good man. He's got a good heart. [Pause] Well, he's a good man."

Bill Clinton, White House Correspondents' dinner, 2000..

Bill Clinton, White House Correspondents' dinner, 2000..

"Over the last few months I've lost 10 pounds. Where did they go? Why haven't I produced them to the independent counsel? How did some of them manage to wind up on Tim Russert?"

George H.W. Bush.

George H.W. Bush.

"People say I'm indecisive, but I don't know about that."

Ronald Reagan to the protestors at UCLA.

Ronald Reagan to the protestors at UCLA.

"'Make love not war'? By the looks of you, you don't look like you could do much of either."

Lyndon Johnson's take on Ford.

Lyndon Johnson's take on Ford.

"So dumb he can't fart and chew gum at the same time."

William Howard Taft.

William Howard Taft.

"Some men are graduated from college cum laude, some are graduated summa cum laude, and some are graduated mirabile dictu."

Gerald Ford, Radio and Television Correspondent's dinner, 1974.

Gerald Ford, Radio and Television Correspondent's dinner, 1974.

"At a time when funds for the defense budget may be cut, it's comforting to see so many of the big guns from your industry still getting loaded."

Richard Nixon when asked about women's lib by Women magazine in 1971.

Richard Nixon when asked about women's lib by Women magazine in 1971.

"Let me make one thing perfectly clear. I wouldn't want to wake up next to a lady pipefitter."

John F. Kennedy response to the criticism regarding Robert Kennedy's qualification as an attorney.

John F. Kennedy response to the criticism regarding Robert Kennedy's qualification as an attorney.

"I don't see anything wrong with giving Bobby a little legal experience before he goes out on his own to practice law."

Herbert Hoover.

Herbert Hoover.

"Blessed are the young, for they shall inherit the national debt."

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