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Once again, the subject of UFOs is brought up between a late-night talk show host and the president of the United States. Will it come a time when the subject is not treated as a gag on national television?

“That’s what we’re instructed to say.” I wonder if Mr. Obama realizes the sub-rosa acknowledgement embedded in that joke: That at the end of the day, when it comes to certain sensitive matters, even ‘the most powerful man in the world’ has to follow orders from somebody else…

Mind you, this isn’t the first time Mr. Obama has resorted to the ‘cannot confirm or deny’ pun in order to dodge the UFO bullet. Remember when Jaden Smith felt his belief in aliens was somewhat confirmed by the president?

Personally, I feel president Clinton’s response to Kimmel was much more interesting and revealing:

Do I believe some people in the government are hiding important information about UFOs? I do. However, I’m more inclined to think that, rather than secret deals with the Grays or reverse-engineering programs of recovered disks, what they may be really hiding is their own befuddlement and astoundment with a phenomenon over which they have absolutely no control and explanation.

Meanwhile, given John Podesta’s recent Twitter revelations expressing his personal frustration over his failure to disclose “the UFO files” –which were received with a deafening silence by most of mainstream media– and his assured involvement in Hillary Clinton’s upcoming attempt to secure the presidential nomination under the Democratic ticket, I’m very curious to see if anyone will dare to confront her with the UFO question on a public forum…

[H/T Open Minds]