Haim Saban Complains About No Valet Parking at White House


white-houseAt a Beverly Hills estate last night, President Obama heard a complaint from a major donor: There’s no valet parking at the White House. The complaint was made by Haim Saban, who hosted a fundraiser with the president last night.

Via the pool report:

Haim Saban introduced President Obama with a four-minute speech that needled the commander in chief for the lack of valet parking at the White House.

Saban said, “Last Friday, the president and first lady were very generous and kind with their time, they invited us to the White House for a very small intimate dinner. And we had a wonderful time – great food, great company, very inspiring. No valet parking! You know what? I had to walk to the White House. We have valet parking at the Sabans! So, Mr. President, if you would, please, thank you. Taxpayers’ money? I’ll fund it, no problem.”

President Obama responded to the valet parking complaint:

President Obama then spoke for about 14 minutes. He began by saying, “Now, let me clarify something. First of all, there was valet parking – for Cheryl. We thought it was appropriate for Haim to get some exercise. Cheryl, being the wonderful person that she is, declined the valet parking, and so she might have joined him. But I would have been happy to have her drive right up into the South Lawn.”

The Democratic fundraiser was attended by heavy hitters. Read more at The Weekly Standard.

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  1. Yes, Savage was all over this, on his radio show last night.
    It was a terrible Chillul Hashem for this Jew to keep praising Hussain as a “great friend of Israel”! Especially right after the Fundraiser in Chief handed over the keys to Iran to build a nuclear bomb to blow Israel off the map! Way to go Saban! The Jewish Nation needs more heros like you!

  2. It is evident that having lots of money requires little to no brains. This is especially true in the motion picture industry.

    Why does Hollywood love obama? They love a good actor and a good act.