The Rev. Al Sharpton introduces Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders during the 25th annual National Action Network convention on April 14, 2016 in New York City.

The Rev. Al Sharpton introduces Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders during the 25th annual National Action Network convention on April 14, 2016 in New York City.

*TMZ went straight to Al Sharpton for his take on Larry Wilmore calling President Obama  “my n**ga” at the end of his White House Correspondent’s Dinner set.

The longtime civil rights activist is not happy with Wilmore.

“Larry standing up there using the N-word in front of that kind of crowd to the President of the United States,” Sharpton told TMZ’s Harvey Levin, was “very inappropriate.”

Levin suggested that Obama “seemed okay with it.”

“Oh I don’t think he seemed okay with the n-word,” Rev. Sharpton replied, going on to suggest that the president was trying to be a good sport by not reacting in outrage when it happened.

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