Teed off! Cubs superfan Bill Murray ribs sore Obama about his support for the White Sox as he stops by the Oval Office to show off his putting
- Bill Murray visited President Barack Obama in the Oval Office in new video
- They exchanged good-natured barbs and took turns putting golf ball into a glass
- Obama, a White Sox fan, jokingly told Murray, a die-hard Cubs fan: 'Generally, I don't let Cubs fans into the Oval Office'
- When Murray complained about his knee hurting, the president urged him to sign up for insurance coverage before the deadline for the upcoming year
Actor Bill Murray gave President Barack Obama a run for his money as they faced off by putting a golf ball into a glass in a video promoting the Affordable Care Act.
The President, known for being a White Sox fan, jokingly told Murray: 'Generally, I don't let Cubs fans into the Oval Office,' as the two took turns putting a golf ball into a glass cup.
The two exchanged good-natured barbs before Murray complained about his knee, giving the president an opportunity to urge him to sign up for insurance coverage.
Actor Bill Murray gave President Barack Obama's golf game a run for his money as they faced off in a video promoting the Affordable Care Act
The two exchanged good-natured barbs as they took turns trying to putt a golf ball into a glass cup. Murray jokingly told Obama he should play with golf star Speith after he missed a shot
The video starts off with Obama telling Murray, he wouldn't usually let supporters from the Windy City's other team inside.
Murray, a die-hard Cubs fan who celebrated his team's first World Series win in 108 years this November, shot back: 'It's probably not a coincidence that your popularity is at an all-time high.
'So, I would just stick with this is if I were you,' Murray said as he pointed to the large C emblazoned on his Cubs sweater, adding: 'I would just ride this baby.'
When Obama declared: 'It's not going to happen,' Murray didn't miss a beat when he came back with: 'It's going to happen long before you make this putt.'
The Caddyshack actor easily sunk a number of golf balls into the makeshift hole - a glass cup lying on the floor - while Obama had a near miss.
When Obama pulled a shot and missed the cup, Murray bent over to pick up the ball, only to stagger back, saying: 'My knee barks a little bit.'
When Obama hit a long shot, Murray bent over to pick up the ball, only to stagger back, complaining that his knee hurt
When he revealed he didn't have health insurance or a doctor to look at it, Obama urged him to visit Healthcare.gov saying the deadline to enroll for the upcoming year was fast approaching
While Obama went on to add that insurance covered mental health costs as well, Murray hit another hole in one and asked: 'Where does Michelle keep your money?'
When he revealed he didn't have health insurance or a doctor to look at it, Obama urged him to visit Healthcare.gov, saying the deadline to enroll for the upcoming year was fast approaching on December 15.
While Obama went on to add that insurance covered mental health costs as well, Murray hit another hole in one.
Murray nonchalantly said: 'Where does Michelle keep your money? Which drawer is it in?'
The beloved actor walked towards the president's desk, to which Obama warned: 'Just stay out of those drawers. And don't press any of those buttons.'
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