The green-lipstick wearing interviewer of President Barack Obama expressed her concern that the "po-po" (meaning: police officer) might shoot and kill her husband. The interviewer, GloZell Green, made the remarks to the president in an "interview" held today at the White House:
"I have three family members who are in the law enforcement, and my husband, who painted that," said the YouTube star pointing to a portrait on the wall, "yes, he's retired from the Air Force."
After the president thanked her husband for his service, the interviewer continued, "However, he's mad at me right now, because I cut all the hoods off his hoodies."
Obama started laughing.
Green continued, "I did, I did that for real to protect him because I'm afraid when he goes outside that somebody might shoot and kill him. And it's not, like, regular folks. It's the po-po. I hope that this changes. How can we bridge between black, African American males and white cops?"
Obama replied by saying most cops are good cops -- and by saying that he's been fighting racial profiling in law enforcement for a long time.