As part of his zinger-filled eighth and final White House Correspondent's Dinner speech, Obama envisioned his post-presidency life in Washington, D.C., with a clip titled "Couch Commander."
The video started with Obama firing a "F--- you" at MSNBC's Chuck Todd after the Meet the Press moderator insinuated POTUS would lead a lazy lifestyle for the next two years.
Obama turned to Joe Biden for retirement guidance, questioning, "I can't golf everyday can I?" while the vice president tried on RayBan aviator sunglasses.
"You can drive again, you're gonna need a license. You love sports, why don't you volunteer for one of the teams around here?" the V.P. suggested, prompting a desperate Obama to call the NBA.
"Is this the Washington Wizards? I understand you're looking for some coaching help. Let's just say I coached my daughter's team a few times," he pleaded over the phone before getting hung up on.
After his hoop dreams were squashed, the president visited the DMV to procure a license – a trip that once again called his birth certificate into question.
With eventual permission to hit the roads, Obama's misadventures next brought him to Snapchat – a social media platform he quickly learned should be reserved for his wife Michelle Obama and teenage daughters.
Finally, the president turned to someone experienced in life after government service: former Speaker of the House John Boehner. After a viewing of Toy Story, Boehner helps Obama, 54, embrace his pending freedom filled with McDonald's breakfasts and smoke breaks.
"I can wear my mom jeans in peace! I hate these tight jeans," Obama quipped after the guided revelation.
The video ended with the president and Boehner strutting the halls of the White House in shades, and Obama finally getting to perfect his golf game in peace.
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