Just hours after formally endorsing Hillary Clinton as the person best suited to take over the Oval Office, President Barack Obama revisited the slow jam news session that he and Fallon began in 2012, when the commander in chief made his first appearance alongside the former SNL funnyman on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
And the duo's Al Green–style news fest was even funnier this time around as they looked back at the president's administration successes.
While Obama started things off in a fairly straight fashion, Fallon quickly threw some hilarious double entendres into the mix.
"President Obama stimulated long-term growth,” the comedian crooned. "In 2008, the country wasn’t feeling in the mood. It was too tired, stressed, said it had a headache. Barack lit some candles and got some silky satin sheets. Told the American people, ‘Yes, we can.’”
Smiling in the background, Obama then continued his list of achievements: "Same sex couples across the country now a constitutional right to marry, because love is love," he said.
"Commander in preach!" replied Fallon. "You gotta listen to my man. He's accomplished a lot in 8 years, even when Congress tried to block him, he found a way in through the back door," he continued, while the crowd went wild, and Obama made a shocked and unamused face behind.
"When Republicans gave him lemons, he made so much lemonade Beyoncé stated calling him 'Baraky with the good hair,' went on Fallon, before voicing his wish that Obama would stay.
“There will be no third term,” POTUS replied. “I can’t stay forever. Besides, Daddy’s got a Hawaiian vacation booked in about 223 days, but who’s counting!"
Then came the highlight of the news - the perfect Trump joke.
"Mr. President, since you’re here, I’ve got to ask: Have you been watching all the election coverage this week about Donald Trump?” sang Fallon.
“No, but I have been watching my new favorite show, Orange Is Not the New Black,” he replied.
Check out the whole funny skit in the video above.
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