Greg Gutfeld said that despite the "soaring" speech President Obama gave Tuesday night, he was not emotionally moved by its content.

"If Obama's presidency would be a film, this would be the climax," he said.


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Gutfeld compared the speech to the tone Obama uses when speaking one-on-one with somebody, which he said was very different.

"I've gotten used to the theatrics and cynical to waves of impassioned sentiment," he said.

Gutfeld said Obama's farewell speech was vastly different than his successor's, in which President-elect Donald Trump admonished a CNN reporter and spoke frankly about how he would handle potential conflicts of interest as commander-in-chief.

"The next four years are going to be different. You're not going to get a thrill up your leg; but haven't we had enough of that," he said.


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