Barack Obama tosses a football to Stephen Colbert during his appearance on the special post-Super Bowl episode of The Late Show on Sunday (February 7).
The 54-year-old POTUS joked about predicting the big game’s winner despite appearing in a pre-taped segment.
When Stephen asked how Obama how he could have known that the Denver Bronos won, he responded, “Stephen, I’m the president, and it turns out all of the Super Bowl winners for the next 50 years are written on the back of the Constitution.”
First Lady Michelle Obama also appeared in the segment to ask Barack to stop throwing footballs in the White House.
Watch President Obama’s appearance below!
President Obama Crashes Stephen Colbert’s Super Bowl Episode
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