Obama Tells Kimmel: I’m Very Careful About What I Say In Emails

Kaitlan Collins | White House Correspondent

Barack Obama said he’s cautious about what he says in emails.

(Photo: Reuters)

(Photo: Reuters)

The president returned to “Jimmy Kimmel Live” for his third appearance ever Monday night, and during his interview, Obama revealed that his phone doesn’t have the ability to text, make calls or take pictures.

“I now have an iPhone, but it is like the phone you give your 2-year-old where they can pretend to press things but nothing actually happens,” Obama said. “So my phone has no phone, no camera, no music — all it has is the Internet, and I can send emails.” (RELATED: Obama Takes A Dig At Trump While Reading Mean Tweets About Himself)

“But my rule has been throughout my presidency, is that I assume someday, sometime, somebody will read this email, so I don’t send any email that at some point won’t be on the front page of the newspapers.”


Kaitlan Collins

White House Correspondent


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