By Jordan Zakarin
After five years in office, President Obama finally got to fire back at an interviewer.
Obama has been on plenty of late night shows -- he just recorded a goodbye for Jay Leno -- and even "Saturday Night Live," but his performance on Zach Galifianakis' Funny or Die show "Between Two Ferns" marked a new level of POTUS comedy. His appearance on the spoof interview show was recorded two weeks ago and announced last night, ostensibly as part of his push to get people to enroll in his health care plan before the March 31st deadline. But it was so much more.
Obama went straight after Galifianakis, giving him a taste of his own awkward medicine, teasing him about being short and rotund, as well as his career. When Galifianakis asked him if he was disappointed that he couldn't run for a third term, "I actually think it's a good idea. If I ran a third time, it would sort of like doing a third 'Hangover' movie. Didn't really work out very well, did it?"
The host didn't hold back either, calling Obama "the last black president" and asking if he planned on building his presidential library in Kenya.
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