Harry Reid Won’t Answer Your Clown Question, Bro [Video]

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Jun. 15 2013, Updated 10:32 p.m. ET

“No comment” has officially been replaced by “That’s a clown question, bro.”

Baseball phenom Bryce Harper used the phrase last week after a reporter asked the underage MLB player if he was going to celebrate with a beer. An annoyed Harper rolled his eyes and told the reporter that he wasn’t going to answer his clown question.

Well, a full week later, the phrase has found its way to the mouth of Harry Reid.

The Washington Post reports that Reid was asked if he planned to bring the Dream Act to the floor in order to get Republicans to go on record about immigration.

Reid told the reporter that he “didn’t want to answer that question” before adding, “that’s a clown question, bro.”

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Reid later showed his youthful side by posting a link to the video on Twitter, writing: “I quoted a great Nevadan in a press conference today:#clownquestionbro

Reid, of course, was referencing Bryce Harper as the “great Nevadan.”

Here’s the clip of Harry Reid using “That’s a clown question, bro.”

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In comparison, here’s a clip of Bryce Harper’s interview.

What do you think? Has “no comment” officially been replaced by “that’s a clown question, bro?”

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