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President Obama Takes Over ‘The Colbert Report’

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Watch President Obama take over ‘The Colbert Report' to give his own version of ‘The Word'

took over Stephen Colbert's ‘Colbert' report last night in the special episode and gave his own version of ‘The Word'.

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Obama began reading the tirade, renamed The Decree, prepared for Colbert about Obamacare.

“I, Stephen Colbert has never cared for our president,” Obama said, reading Colbert's lines. “The guy is so arrogant, I bet he talks about himself in the third person.”

What ensued was a takedown of Obama complete with comedic captions.

“Remember the healthcare.gov website? I Think that's where Disney got the idea for ,” Obama said. (Caption:”Let it Loooad!”)

President Obama went on to talk about some of the benefits of Obamacare, especially for young . “He could try to appeal to them through a speech or a press conference, but young people don't watch real news shows like this one.” Obama said. “They watch shows, and I just don't see the president going on one of those. They are beneath his dignity.” (Caption: “But above his approval rating.”)

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Colbert went on to Obama, asking him about nuclear launch codes and if he leaves his socks around the house.

The Colbert Report, was broadcasting from George University and this was President Obama's second appearance on The Colbert Report. appearance occurred in 2008, then-Sen. Obama appeared via satellite in an episode also featuring Hillary Clinton and John Edwards. In 2009, he had another interview with Stephen Colbert.

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Stephen Colbert leaves the Colbert Report on December 18 and will take over David Letterman's  next year.

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