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The Best Political Jokes Of The Week: Colbert On Romney's Olympics Gaffe, Conan On Obama & More

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With both the Olympics and the election in full swing, many of this week's late night hosts took aim at GOP candidate Mitt Romney's London gaffe, but they still didn't forget about his questionable re-mix of Barack Obama's "You didn't build that" speech.

Speaking of Obama, Conan pointed out how the President might really be milking the whole "I killed Osama bin Laden" thing. Sure it's an election year, but how long is he going to clap for himself?

Watch those and the rest of the funniest political jokes of the week from Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and more above. Below, see the best late night clips of the week via Gotcha Media.

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