President Obama visits with Jerry Seinfeld on "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee"


He may be the President of the United States of America and the leader of the free world, but, according to Jerry Seinfeld, he's gotten off just enough one-liners to qualify to be on 'Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee.'

Seinfeld kicked off the seventh season of his Crackle web series with his biggest "get" yet, President Barack Obama.

The other star of the show is a 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray split-window coupe. Some of you may not like to hear it, but Jerry likes to equate the cars he chooses to his guests, and in this episode he says that he picked America's coolest car for our coolest president.

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The duo attempts to get off the White House grounds in the Corvette, but is rebuffed by security. They then hop into "The Beast," the presidential limo, which Obama describes as a Cadillac on a tank frame. Once inside, the President claims he can call a nuclear sub from the back seat, and it has seat warmers.

The pair spend most of the rest of the episode in the White House, but cars come into play again at the end, when Obama takes a spin in the Corvette.

Like other episodes of CICGC, this one is genuinely entertaining. The guys talk about the pitfalls of losing their anonymity, the dangers of power, life in the White House, and Obama's favorite president, Teddy Roosevelt.

And, yes, Obama is wearing a flag pin.

To check out the video, head over to www.comediansincarsgettingcoffee.com.

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