First things first: No, the president will not stop partying with Jay-Z and Beyoncé. Next week’s fundraiser at New York’s 40/40 club is expected to raise $40,000 per person, and no scheduling conflict is likely to keep that from happening. What, is something else important going on right now? Oh yeah, Letterman.

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Well, it’s not fair to say the president’s done nothing. After a Vegas fundraiser was out of the way, the White House did ask YouTube to review the video which the administration insists is responsible for the 9/11 attacks on Americans overseas.

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Add “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” drummer Questlove to the list of celebs who’d prefer to blame a video for killing people.

We’re not sure who’s to say who decides when a filmmaker has put our country in danger by making a “propaganda film.” Keep in mind, though, this is the person responsible for NBC having to review his band’s song choices.

Jameson for secretary of state?

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