Bill Murray Crashes White House to Talk Cubs Baseball

"Mr. President. Do you think the Cubs will win?"

  • Bill Murray's back it again with the goofy antics. I mean, the man may actually be as famous for his off-screen goofiness as he is for his professional, on-screen work. Remember that time Murray jumped out of a cake for Letterman? Or that time he wore a dress on Kimmel?

    I can assure you that Murray has outdone himself this time. According to NBC News, the lifelong Cubs fan made a surprise visit to the White House's briefing room to talk baseball before meeting President Obama.

    At the start of the video you can hear someone ask Murray if he thinks the Cubs will win, to which he responds, "I feel very confident… Clayton Kershaw is a great, great pitcher, but we got too many sticks."

    The Cubs are currently one win away from their first world series appearance since 1945. Let's all hope they pull through for Murray!

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