Or how to find the bright side of things:
Posted: May 3rd, 2016 | Filed under: Things That Make You Go "Oy"
Mayor Bill de Blasio said he stands behind his controversial joke about “colored people time” — even after President Obama zinged him for it at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner over the weekend.
“It is an honor to be cooked by the leader of the free world,” de Blasio said on Hot 97 Monday morning when the hosts mentioned the Obama joke.
During his monologue, Obama referenced the controversy when he said: “I do apologize, you know I was a little late tonight. I was running on C.P.T., which stands for ‘jokes that white people should not make.'”
De Blasio said he enjoyed the president’s joke.
“It’s funny. But when the president of the United States makes a joke about something, that’s kind of cool,” de Blasio said. “Look at the bright side.”