US president slow-jams the news with Jimmy Fallon

The president in the slow jam news talked about his administration key achievement, such as the constitutional backing for same sex marriages.

Obama addressed viewers over a slow music beat, talking about his achievement since he became the leader of the country.

According to Us Magazine, the slow jam news session began in 2012, at the end of Obama's first term in office as a US president.

The second edition is to mark the end of his administration as the current leader of the country.

Introducing Obama to the stage, Fallon said, "President Obama stimulated long-term growth,”

"In 2008, the country wasn’t feeling in the mood. It was too tired, stressed, said it had a headache. Barack lit some candles and got some silky satin sheets. Told the American people, ‘Yes, we can.’"

In a quick response, Obama started with hus administration's achievement of legalising same-sex marriage.

"Same sex couples across the country now a constitutional right to marry, because love is love."

Barack Obama is the 44th president of the United States of America. He recently endorsed former US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, as the next to take the rein of presidency.

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