Longoria, who told Kimmel she knows Obama well from her advocacy work on Latino issues, said she took advantage of her time with the President to tell him that he has her support.Just keep talking, folks, and keep throwing more money at Obama. Your bitter tears next November will be all the more delicious.
"He's been governing in, like, a state of emergency since the time he went into office," said Longoria, who added that "we haven't really seen him do what he can do."
She also took the opportunity to slam what she called "an extremist movement happening” that threatens to derail the commander-in-chief.
Longoria called the movement "very dangerous because it's not the character of America."
The actress didn’t mention the Tea Party by name but when Kimmel asked her specifically about the conservative group she said she can see how it might be "a source for good comedy."
Longoria's comments follow less than a week after actor Morgan Freeman came under fire for calling the Tea Party "a racist thing."
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