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President Obama Tells Ellen About Malia Going Off to College

President Barack Obama makes his first appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing on Friday (February 12).

The 54-year-old President of the United States opened up about fights with the first lady, advancements in LGBT rights, being depressed by Washington, D.C., and much more.

Barack also discussed his daughter Malia going off to college in the fall.

“It’s hard,” he said. “As Michelle reminds me, our job is to prepare them not to need us and both of my daughters are wonderful people. And Malia is more than ready to leave, but I’m not ready for her to leave. I was asked if I would speak at her graduation and I said, absolutely not because I’m gonna be sitting there with dark glasses sobbing. Yeah she’s one of my best friends. It’s gonna be hard for me not to have her around all the time. But she’s ready to go. You can tell. She’s just a really smart, capable person. She’s ready to make her own way.”

President Obama Discusses His Daughters

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President Obama Predicts Super Bowl 2016 Winner on 'The Late Show'

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

President Obama Thinks Kendrick Lamar's Album was the Best Last Year

Barack Obama sat down for another #YouTubeAsksObama session on Friday (January 15) and answered some interesting questions submitted by YouTubers and supporters from across the country.

The 54-year-old President of the United States talked to YouTuber Adande Thorne AKA Swoozie who asked several hard-hitting quesitons including ones about dogs wearing pants and rap battles.

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When asked whether he thought Kendrick Lamar or Drake would win in a rap battle, Barack said he had to go with Kendrick.

“Gotta go with Kendrick, I’m just saying. I think Drake is an outstanding entertainer but Kendrick, his lyrics, his last album was outstanding. Best album I think last year,” he replied.

Watch the full interview below…

Celebs React to Obama's Final State of the Union Address

President Barack Obama delivered his final State of the Union address on Tuesday night (January 12) and tons of celebs are tweeting praise for his speech.

One line that is resounding with a lot of people on social media is this one: “When politicians insult Muslims, when a mosque is vandalized, or a kid bullied, that doesn’t make us safer. That’s not telling it like it is. It’s just wrong. It diminishes us in the eyes of the world. It makes it harder to achieve our goals. And it betrays who we are as a country.”

Celebs such as Kerry Washington, Amy Schumer, Ellen DeGeneres, and more have tweeted their thoughts on the speech, which almost ended in a Friday Night Lights moment.

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President Obama Nearly Quoted 'Friday Night Lights' During State of the Union 2016!

President Barack Obama delivers his eighth and final State of the Union address on Tuesday (January 12) on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

The 54-year-old President of the United States ended his speech by nearly delivering the famous Friday Night Lights line, “Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose,” and of course Twitter went crazy.

In reality, this is what he said: “That’s the America I know. That’s the country we love. Clear-eyed. Big-hearted. Undaunted by challenge. Optimistic that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word. That’s what makes me so hopeful about our future.”

Michelle Obama was at the address in a yellow Narcisco Rodriguez dress. See pics below!

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Amy Schumer Jokes Obama Is Actually Her New Boyfriend!

Amy Schumer is breaking her silence following the news that she has a new boyfriend!

The 34-year-old comedian took to her Twitter to comment on the reports that she is dating furniture designer Ben Hanisch.

“Well the word is out. It’s official. Here’s my new boyfriend. #StopGunViolence,” Amy tweeted along with President Obama‘s headshot.

Amy and Ben were both in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday afternoon (January 5) to watch Obama‘s emotional speech about gun violence. She has been a vocal advocate for the cause after the fatal shooting at a screening of her movie Trainwreck.

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