Check out what the white house has to say to the late night audiences — “What we’ve said is simple: now is not the time to make school more expensive for our young people,” Obama intoned to the beat.
“Awww yeah, you should listen to The President, or as I like to call him, ‘The Preezy of the United Steezy,” answered Fallon in his best Barry White voice.
Obama displayed his presidential cool by not breaking a smile as Fallon was purring lines like, “The Barackness monster ain’t buyin’ it.”
“The GOP is steady sayin’ ‘no, no, no,’ they should find something new to do like Tim Tebow,” sang Roots frontman Tariq Trotter.
The appearance on “Late Night” gave Obama a chance to tap into a younger demographic that was a major factor in his 2008 victory. Plus. it was comedy gold.
“Obama slow jamming the news on Jimmy Fallon tonight has made me happy for the rest of the decade,” tweeted comic Patton Oswalt.