Obama Appeared on ‘Fallon’ for What Was Likely His Last Presidential Slow Jam


President Barack Obama stopped by The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night for a late-second-term slow jam. Oh, and Madonna appeared as the musical guest. As usual, for the slow-jammed news, sultry tune played in the background, while Obama reflected on his second term, and looked back gratefully on what he saw as a success.

“In short,” he said, “Global warming is real, healthcare is affordable, and love is love.”

Fallon and The Roots stood by to make jokes about bypassing Congress through a “back door,” and how the president had “one more job for Hillary.” Then vocalist Black Thought helped Obama address any possible third term rumors, singing, “His first two terms ending in such a hurry, wish he could go for three like my man Steph Curry.” Also something to not be missed: Obama’s dig at Donald Trump in the form of an Orange Is the New Black joke.

After a loud applause, Obama closed his performance, saying, “Now now, there will be no third term I can’t stay forever. Besides, Daddy’s got a Hawaiian vacation booked in about 223 days.” He then, of course, dropped his mic. Get that vacay, Mr. President.

Watch Obama’s and Madge’s performances below: