See the Most Meme-Worthy Moment From President Obama's Final Correspondent's Dinner

WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 14:  (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama leaves after addressing the Chief of Missions Conference in the Dean Acheson Auditorium at the Harry S Truman State Department building March 14, 2016 in Washington, DC. Obama highlighted the work and sacrifice done by the United States' diplomatic corps and talked about his administration's accomplishments.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

See the Most Meme-Worthy Moment From President Obama's Final Correspondent's Dinner

His last two words brought down the house.

Published April 30, 2016

It's a wrap on President Obama's final roast at the White House Correspondent's Dinner, and POTUS went out in style. Obama unloaded the clip on everyone from Congress, the media and even the Democratic presidential candidates vying for his job during his 20-minute monologue. 

But one joke was clearly the most meme-worthy moment of the entire evening. In his final moments at the dais, the President literally dropped the mic and said, "Obama out."

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Other higlights from the evening include Obama admitting, when talking about his escalating poll numbers, that he "hasn't been this high since I was picking a major," and apologizing for running late because he's "running on CPT, which stands for jokes white people shouldn't make."

Larry Wilmore
also did a great job following POTUS with a set that was equally eviscerating toward the Washington establishment. All-in-all, the evening reminded us that it'll be a long, long time until we have a president as cool as this one.

Written by BET Staff


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