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Obama Will Hit the 'Daily Show' for His Last Late-Night Stop as President

The interview will be Obama's first conversation with Trevor Noah since the comedian took over for Jon Stewart.

by Lauren Messman
Dec 9 2016, 8:54pm

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President Obama plans to take a break from giving Donald Trump career advice and do an interview with the Daily Show's Trevor Noah at the White House, Deadline reports.

The interview will be Obama's last late-night appearance as president and his first conversation with Noah since the 32-year-old South African comedian took over for Jon Stewart.

Obama was actually the first sitting president to ever go on a late-night talk show and has since become a pro at chatting with comedians. He famously graced the WTF podcast with Marc Maron in 2015 and drove around with Jerry Seinfeld on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee last December. He's been a good sport about "slow jamming the news" with Jimmy Fallon, and he even read some mean tweets on Jimmy Kimmel. He also made numerous stops at the Daily Show to chat with former host Jon Stewart before his retirement last year.

The Noah-Obama interview is slated to air next Monday, December 12, at 11 PM EST.