Jerome Allen Seinfeld
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Mr. Seinfeld
Political Party: He may be part of the Democratic Party
Education: Queens College, City University of New York
Religion Judaism
Born April 29, 1954

Jerome Allen "Jerry" Seinfeld (born in 1954, in Brooklyn, New York City) is known for creating and acting in his 1990s American sitcom Seinfeld.

Although Jerry has not said anything about his political leanings, his vote for Obama in 2008 and 2012 and contributing in favor of the liberal party strongly suggests that he is a Democrat. [1]

His moderate side comes from his criticisms of college campuses, claiming they're too PC for a comedian to even perform in.

Seinfeld is a comedian and what he says is sometimes really funny, see below.

On September 10 2015 Seinfeld explained the perfect way to handle 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump.[2]

Seinfeld performed at The DPANC On September 11 2015 (The fortheenth Annverisy of 9/11).[3]

In the mid-2010s, Seinfeld's Netflix show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee featured former (And last mentally-fit) president Barack Obama after Seinfeld found his speech at a Dinner to be hilarious. Jerry was asked if Trump was eligible to be a guest, and Seinfeld stated he wasn't. To be on the show, you have to be recognized for comedy, in this case, Trump was being made fun at, which differs from being funny. You can't be laughed at. [4]

On December 31 2015 Seinfeld took a limo ride with President Obama.[5]

Jerry Seinfeld quotes

A recent survey stated that the average person's greatest fear is having to give a speech in public. Somehow this ranked even higher than death which was third on the list. So, you're telling me that at a funeral, most people would rather be the guy in the coffin than have to stand up and give a eulogy. [6]


[about pregnancy and babies] It's like getting ready for your own birth. Nothing prepares you . . . When those eyes meet your eyes -- I was feeling things I never had feelings like before. I never loved anyone so much at first meeting. I love her so much! But! - Let's make no mistake why these babies come here: to replace us. Their first words are "Mama", "Dada" and "Bye-bye". We'll see who's wearing the diapers when this is all over. [6]