President Obama to Appear on “The Colbert Report”

President Obama will have the distinct honor of appearing on one of the handful of episodes that remain before the nation must bid a sorrowful adieu to the institution that is “The Colbert Report.”

Host Stephen Colbert, who is replacing David Letterman over at the “Late Show,” announced the booking last night, summing it up as a great privilege to “be sitting down with the man who sat down with Bill O’Reilly.”

The interview will take place Monday, December 8th and be broadcasted from George Washington University for a special D.C. edition. So pumped, we are.

 

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