But this time around, it did us one better (much better). President Barack Obama, solidifying his position as the most hip, pop culture-savvy President of all time, stopped by 'Between Two Ferns' for a riveting back-and-forth between 'Hangover' star Zach Galifianakis and the interaction was anything but amicable.
The first Presidential Debate for 2012 was held last week, as we all know. Immediately, reporters and analysts were debating the outcome of the debate. The discussion will likely go on until the next Presidential Debate.
Remember the "you didn't build that" debacle? It turns out if you take enough of President Obama's words out of context you can make him do a little rap song that sounds remarkably like "U Can't Touch This" by MC Hammer...
The President has been doing a lot of talking lately! The State of the Union Presidential address was Tuesday night and late this sfternoon he will board Air Force One, the presidential plane, and head to Ann Arbor for a speech he will deliver at the University of Michigan...
The White House has announced that President Obama, a well-known basketball afficionado, will attend a Veteran’s Day college game onboard the USS Carl Vinson — the aircraft carrier that buried Osama bin Laden at sea.
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