Stopping by 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon', the 44th President of the United States emphasizes the needs to provide education at affordable price for young people.
Jimmy Fallon has got Barack Obama as his duet partner to slow jam the news on his late night show Tuesday, April 24. The comedian invited the U.S. President to perform before the audience at University of North Carolina and address student loan interest rates.
"I'm President Barack Obama," so the leader of the country introduced himself as he appeared on the stage, which was welcomed with a loud cheer. "And I, too, want to slow jam the news." He then delivered his line, "What we've said is simple: now is not the time to make school more expensive for our young people."
Fallon responded, "Awww yeah, you should listen to The President, or as I like to call him, The Preezy of the United Steezy. Things were heating up inside Congress' chambers, behind all those closed doors."
During his visit to "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon", Obama was also asked about his relationship with Mitt Romney, the candidate for the GOP presidential nomination. "I've met him, but we're not friends," the president honestly answered.