President Barack Obama & Jimmy Fallon on the set of The Tonight Show.
Last night, President Barack Obama stopped by The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to reminisce over many of his presidential accomplishments from the past 7 ½ years. President Obama and Jimmy Fallon are no strangers to one another, and as expected have delivered a comedic performance that has now garnered over 1.3 million views on YouTube alone (check your timeline). With only 8 months left in office, what better way to reminisce than with a slow jam?
Along with the help of The Tonight Show’s live band, The Roots, Jimmy Fallon and Obama gave a fantastic performance recounting everything from job growth, economic stimulation, clean energy, foreign affairs, and same sex rights all accompanied by side-splitting commentary from Jimmy Fallon himself.
“The Republicans gave him lemons, and he made so much lemonade, Beyonce started calling him Barack-y with the good hair.”
It didn’t stop there however, and along with a few more nicknames including such gems as “Bareezus” and “Prez Dispenser,” President Obama made sure the American people are aware that “In short, climate change is real. Health care is affordable, and love is love.”
With only 8 months left in his second term, President Obama recently announced his endorsement for Hillary Clinton. Making it all that much sweeter when he mentions towards the end of the segment that “Orange is not the new black” in a clever reference to Donald Trump.
Chemistry such as theirs is a rare commodity, and it’s a shame we won’t see many more segments from this lovable pair as President Obama only has 223 days (but who’s counting?) left in his final term. With that being said, they really did nailed it with this one, President Obama slow jamming the news is an absolute must watch (see video above).
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