Obama guest-hosts for Stephen Colbert (video)

Stephen Colbert’s final episode is December 18. As you know, Colbert will take over for David Letterman soon.

In Monday night’s episode, he interviewed President Obama live at George Washington University in Washington, DC.

First off, Obama sits in for Stephen and does The Word segment for him. Excedpt for Obama they call it The Decree.

Then there’s the actual interview with Obama.


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7 Responses to “Obama guest-hosts for Stephen Colbert (video)”

  1. dcinsider says:

    He was great.

  2. Bill_Perdue says:

    He has a nice smile.

  3. Haviva says:

    I LOVE THIS!!!!

  4. BloggerDave says:

    This is funny and all but where’s the article SUPPORTING ELIZABETH WARREN as she’s fighting the Wall St Reform watering down that happening NOW in Congress…? Anybody? Anybody? Bueler?

  5. S1AMER says:

    Funny bit.

    I’ll miss Colbert. He’s been damned-near perfect on his show. I’m sure he’ll do well as his true self, but I’ll really miss the Colbert Report.

  6. nicho says:

    Well, he is the Court Jester for the Corporatocracy. He’d better have good comic timing.

  7. SkippyFlipjack says:

    This was really funny. Obama has pretty good comic timing; I imagine it’s tougher than it looks to pace The Word correctly, where the laughs are delayed as the audience reads the written joke.

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