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Stephen Colbert Helps Barack Obama Sharpen His Rusty Interview Skills

Stephen Colbert wants President Barack Obama to be as prepared as possible for his upcoming job search. The “Late Show” host gave the current commander-in-chief some hilarious interview tips during Monday’s broadcast. How helpful they’ll actually turn out to be is anyone’s guess. The comedian, appearing as an office manager named “Randy,” first warned Obama that 55 was a “ tough time to start over for a man.
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