After seven years in the White House and the gray hairs to prove it, the 44th President of the United States is down to zero f*cks left.
As he continues to near the end of his presidency, Barack Obama is now a far cry from the over-stressed leader we became accustomed to watching on our television screens since 2008. These days, he’s describing himself as “loose and relaxed.” In other words, he’s as cool as a cucumber and he’s not concerned with what people think of him either.
From the legalization of gay marriage across all 50 states, to the other SCOTUS decision solidifying that Obamacare is here to stay, the President’s been on a hot streak lately. Plus, his newfound fearlessness has given him the confidence to talk down hecklers and serenade a crowd or two.
Basically, POTUS is feeling himself. And he’s got every reason to. Keep scrolling to relive every time President Obama got his cool back in 2015.
He dropped the N-word and had everyone talking.
His rendition of “Amazing Grace” lit up the room during Clementa Pinckney’s funeral.
Because POTUS knows: peas and guac just don’t go together.
In addition to Jay Z, our President bumps Outkast. Let that sink in.
That boss moment when he reminded a heckler, “you’re in my house.”
His decision to light the White House in rainbow was probably the biggest show of support for LGBT rights of any president.
Watch below to see Obama sing and dance to the Davy Crockett theme song and thank us later.
Two words for President Obama’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner speech: Real Tears.
That time he uttered “Can I Live?” and “Yolo” after using a selfie stick during the following video for Buzzfeed.
And he let a group of Girl Scouts bear hug him.
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