White House Correspondents' Dinner: President Obama Considers Post-President Life in Sketch Video
He concluded his speech with a video taking a look at what he should do after he leaves the White House.
After a speech calling out everyone from Hillary Clinton to Prince George, President Barack Obama on Saturday addressed his post-White House life, pondering what he would do after he was no longer commander-in-chief.
In a video he presented at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner, it starts off with him asking Vice President Joe Biden, "I can't golf every day, can I?"
Obama then offers his coaching abilities to the NBA's Washington Wizards, heads to the DMV (complete with birther jokes) and even tries out Snapchat, which spirals into a scandal, until first lady Michelle Obama advises him to "talk to someone who's been through this." So he seeks out John Boehner.
Boehner gives him advice ("First, stop sending me all those LinkedIn requests," then "you can just be you for awhile"). Obama daydreams about wearing his mom jeans again and eating McDonalds breakfasts all day long.
The Nightly Show's Larry Wilmore hosted the annual event, held Saturday in Washington, D.C. Watch the video below.