After “The Jesus Rolls” actor comically dissected the habits of some 2020 Democratic presidential candidates on “The Late Show” Thursday, host Stephen Colbert turned the conversation to the Obamas.
Although Turturro noted that he played the racist Pino in director Spike Lee’s classic, he said the Obamas credited him for their blooming relationship.
“Michelle told me and Barack both, they said that I’ve been with them since the beginning and I sort of brought them together,” Turturro explained.
“That’s a wonderful thing,” he added.
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