That was the question The Roots' Tariq couldn't resist asking after President Barack Obama took part in "The Tonight Show's" Slow Jam the News segment on Thursday's episode.
Obama, Jimmy Fallon and The Roots reflected on the Commander-in-chief's accomplishments over his time in office, to a sexy beat.
After talking about strides in clean energy and same sex marriage, Obama said, "In short, climate change is real, health care is affordable and love is love."
"Commander and preach!" Fallon shouted.
"I can't stay forever," the President added, saying, "Daddy's got a Hawaiian vacation booked in 223 days, but who's counting?"
The segment came with its share of Donald Trump disses as well.
"Some of the candidates have been critical of my foreign policy," he said, as Tariq interjected "he's talking about Donald Trump!" "But I believe it is of the upmost importance to work alongside world leaders," Obama continued.
Barack ended the bit by saying, "I have been watching my new show, 'Orange Is Not the New Black.'"
Later in the show, Obama also wrote up some thank you notes.
"Thank you my 2008 slogan, 'Yes we can' … or as I now like to call you, 'Yes We Did."
"Thank you Questlove's hairstylist for inspiring me to bring back the Obama fro after I leave the White House."
"Thank you Congress for spending 8 years wishing you could replace me with a Republican. Or, to put it another way, how do you like me now?," he asked, while showing a photo of The Donald.
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