Bill Maher Compares Obama To Bill Cosby And Al Pacino In 'Scarface'

Getting compared to a ninja, "Scarface," "The West Wing" and Bill Cosby in under five minutes is a rare thing few of us can say about ourselves. But now President Barack Obama can.

In his "Real Time" monologue on Friday, host Bill Maher focused on Obama's recent initiatives, including his stance on net neutrality, his green climate deal and his executive action on immigration. Or, as Maher puts it, "Obama went all black ninja on the Republicans this week."

Stifling laughter, Maher managed to compare the President's sudden course of action to "Pacino at the end of Scarface," a scene from "The West Wing," and, if you're a Republican, Bill Cosby's recent controversy. "If you're a Republican, you see Obama as Bill Cosby sexually assaulting the Constitution," said Maher. As far as the carbon deal, Maher admits that it's not perfect but says, hey, it's better than the plot of "Interstellar" as an alternative.

Watch the full monologue above.

"Real Time With Bill Maher" airs Fridays at 10:00 p.m. ET on HBO.



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