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Jimmy Fallon clearly has a good relationship with the President and his family.
In February, first lady Michelle Obama appeared in a pre-recorded segment competing against Fallon in a series of schoolyard competitions. And on Tuesday night, President Barack Obama popped up on Late Night to "slow jam the news" with the amiable host.
Accompanied by Fallon's house band The Roots, Obama shared his message about higher education with the live audience at the University of North Carolina in the show's running slow jam bit.
"What we said is simple: Now is not the time to make school more expensive for our young people," the POTUS said.
Fallon then added his smoldering slow jam voice, "Aw, yeah. You should listen to the president. Or as I like to call him, the Preezy of the United Steezy. Things are heating up inside Congress' chambers behind all those closed doors."
But it wasn't all silliness and jokes. Fallon did ask the President some tough questions, like how angry he was about the Secret Service's scandalous behavior in Cartagena, Colombia earlier this month.
"Just how mad were you," Jimmy asked.
"Pretty mad," he said. "Look, the Secret Service -- these guys are incredible. They protect me, they protect Michelle, they protect our girls, they protect our officials all around the world. Ninety-nine-point-nine percent of them every day... are doing a great job ... so a couple of knuckleheads shouldn't detract from that. What they guys were thinking I don't know, which is why they aren't there any more."
Watch the president and Jimmy slow jam!