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Seinfeld took the president for a drive around the White House grounds in his shiny 1963 Corvette, before Obama invited Seinfeld to check out the presidential limo.
“This is called ‘The Beast,’ basically a caddy on a tank frame,” Obama said of his limo. “I could call a nuclear submarine right from here — I bet you don’t have that in your car. It’s a cool feature — plus, seat warmers.”
The president and Seinfeld chatted about what it’s like to be famous, their morning routines and what life is like in the White House.READ MORE: Tri-State Area Residents Behind On Utility Bills Encouraged To Apply For State Assistance As Moratorium Nears End
“I’ve always wanted to be in a show about nothing, and here I am,” Obama said.
At the end of the segment, Seinfeld let Obama take the wheel of his Corvette.
“You know what, this is a childhood dream,” Obama said as he climbed into the driver’s seat. “This is outstanding.”
Seinfeld said even though the president is not a comedian, he’s landed enough jokes to qualify to be on his show.MORE NEWS: Police Open Fire, Arrest Man Threatening People With Stolen Kitchen Knives In Lower Manhattan
Check out the full segment by clicking on the video above.