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Stephen Colbert's alter ego Randy gave Barack Obama career advice

Even though he held the highest office in the U.S. for eight years, Barack Obama's resume isn't strong enough to impress Stephen Colbert. On The Late Show, the goofy host's alter ego Randy the Office Manager snuck his way into a career coaching session with the president. Obama's perfect mix of sarcasm, deadpan and wearing a Snapchat filter reaffirms that he is a national treasure.
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