By Roberta Rampton and Jeff Mason
Sun Mar 15, 2015 – 12:09am EDT
(Reuters) – President Barack Obama took aim at his Republican opponents and his gaffe-prone vice president on Saturday in a satirical speech that included a roast of his former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over her recent problems with email.
Obama joined Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, a potential Republican contender for the 2016 presidential election, and Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia for the annual Gridiron dinner, an evening of song and skits making light of major players in U.S. politics.
Obama joked that his reputation for being a tech-savvy president had now been eclipsed by his one-time foe Clinton, who has come under fire for using a private email account for her work as the nation’s top diplomat.
“If you think about how things have changed since 2008, back then I was the young tech-savvy candidate of the future. Now I’m yesterday’s news and Hillary’s got a server in her house!”
“I am so far behind,” he said to laughter.
Walker also had some fun with Clinton’s email controversy, tying her to wealthy Wall Street donors.
“I even have Hillary’s private email,” Walker said. “It goes right to her campaign headquarters. You know, it’s firstname.lastname@example.org,” he said.
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