Jimmy Kimmel jokes on Kim Kardashian and more celebs at White House Correspondents' Dinner - See video
Kim Kardashian was a punch line for jokes from both Jimmy Kimmel and President Barack Obama at the White House Correspondents' Dinner on April 28.
Kardashian and her mother, Kris Jenner, were invited to the dinner by Fox News. Other celebrities who appeared at the event included Lindsay Lohan, George Clooney, Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara.
Both President Obama and Kimmel's speeches at the dinner can be seen below. President Obama opened for Kimmel, beginning with a bit about his microphone being on backstage while he was preparing to greet the crowd.
"I'm the president of the United States and I'm opening for Jimmy Kimmel? I have the nuclear codes," President Obama's voice over is heard. "Why am I telling knock-knock jokes to Kim Kardashian? Why is she famous anyway?"
After President Obama spoke and joked about Hilary Clinton and Mitt Romney, Kimmel took the stage. It was noted that last year's dinner took place as Navy SEALS captured and killed Osama bin Laden.
"If you're looking for the biggest threat to America right now - she's right there," Kimmel said while pointing at the crowd. "Her name is Kim Kardashian."
"She was captured by Greta Van Susteren and brought to your doorstep," Kimmel continued. "You know, when you took office the Kardashians had one reality show. Now they have four. This is not a good trend."
"Right now, Navy Seal Team 6 is outside the Kardashian compound in Beverly Hills disguised as the Denver Nuggets so they can sneak in undetected," he added.
Kimmel pointed about that Sully Sullenberger, the pilot who landed an airplane in 2009 on the Hudson River near Manhattan when the airplane became disabled after hitting a flock of geese, was in the audience. "Sully would you do us a favor? Would you mind driving Lindsay Lohan home," Kimmel joked. "Make sure you don't run into a goose. Especially Grey Goose."
Even Uggie, the dog from the Academy Award-winning film "The Artist" was joked about by the comedian. "Uggie is amazing. He can roll over on command," Kimmel said. "He's a democrat."
Check out both Jimmy Kimmel and President Obama's White House Correspondents' Dinner speeches below.