The president released his 2016 summer playlist.
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I’M SO OLD I CAN REMEMBER HIM LECTURING DONALD TRUMP ON HOW THE PRESIDENCY ISN’T A REALITY SHOW: Watch Obama Slow Jam The News With Jimmy Fallon On ‘The Tonight Show’ Like The Cool President™ He Is. When we’re done with our Cool President™, can we have a competent one?
Jimmy Fallon and President Obama slow jam the news, discussing Obama's legacy, accomplishments and thoughts on the 2016 election. From The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
The President of the United States appeared on The Tonight Show to join The Roots and Jimmy Fallon in slow jamming the news. The “Commander in Preach,” as Fallon called President Obama, is entering the last eight months of his second term, and the segment called attention to the many achievements of his administration.
Lots of people are talking about the fact that President Obama went on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Thursday night to "slow jam the news" and play up a bunch of his accomplishments while stumping for the TPP agreement. If you...Show More Summary
And it's glorious.
The Tonight Show helps Pres. Baracky with the Good Hair look back on his accomplishments, including stimulating long term growth in your the private sector, finding Congress’ back door, and being down with TPP. The Rihanna bit is cringey though.
The president references '90s song "O.P.P.," starts a Hawaiian countdown and jokes that "Orange is NOT the New Black."
Presidential campaign season is in full swing, so politics nowadays haven't been all that funny. Luckily, President Obama himself showed up on The Tonight Show to bring the laughs in a big way via slow jam.
The president left most of the joking to Jimmy Fallon while touting his accomplishments on The Tonight Show.
Post by Kiarra Sylvester. Unfortunately, the latest episode of the The Tonight Show made us painfully aware of one thing -- President Barack Obama, also known as the coolest, only has eight more months in office. Surely our POTUS is trying to prepare us, making statements like, "There will be no third term. Show More Summary
For one last time as sitting president, President Barack Obama slow-jammed the news with Jimmy Fallon. It wasn’t “news” so much as a This is Your Presidency slow-jam: President Obama stimulated long term growth. In both the public and private sector. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama stopped by The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night for a late-second-term slow jam. Oh, and Madonna appeared as the musical guest. As usual, for the slow-jammed news, sultry tune played in the background, while Obama reflected on his second term, and looked back gratefully on what he saw as a […]
With eight months left in his presidency, Barack Obama returned to the Tonight Show last night to tout his accomplishments over the past seven and a half years—in the form of, naturally, a slow jam. Host Jimmy Fallon fights hard notShow More Summary
In one of the better "Slow Jam the News" segments ever on the Tonight Show, President Obama says good bye to the Presidency. "There will be no third term. I can't stay forever. And besides, Daddy's got a wine vacation booked in about 223 days." Watch the whole thing, guaranteed you'll laugh out loud. Obama also wrote some thank you notes on the show. Show More Summary
President Obama appeared on The Tonight Show last night, and did Jimmy Kimmel’s Slow Jam bit about his two terms in office. (YouTube link) This might actually work for romantic mood music sometime in the future if your date doesn’t listen too closely to the lyrics. You can see the rest of Obama’s Tonight Show appearance at their YouTube channel.
Proving that you really can get away with anything during your last year in office, even anal sex jokes.
President Obama joined Jimmy Fallon on Thursday night to “Slow Jam The News,” reviving a routine the two started four years ago.