President Obama To Join Jon Stewart On The Daily Show … One Final Time

President Barack Obama and host Jon Stewart sit during a break in a live taping of the 'Daily Show with Jon Stewart' on October 18, 2012 in New York, New York. Obama is traveling to New Hampshire and New York to attend campaign events before appearing on the 'Daily Show' …
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Jon Stewart is almost finished with his stint on the Daily Show, but President Obama plans one more guest appearance with the liberal comedian before he departs the popular program.

According a Daily Show announcement, Obama will be a guest on the show on July 21.

Obama has appeared on the Daily Show twice already as president, once in October 2010 and once in October 2012, according to the show archive.

As a presidential candidate Obama appeared on the show in October 2008, April 2008, and August 2007. He also was a guest as a Senator in 2005 to promote his book “Dreams From My Father.”

When Stewart announced his retirement earlier this year, he was praised by Obama’s senior advisor Dan Pfeiffer as a person who changed news for a new generation.

“Jon Stewart conducted some of the toughest and most insightful interviews of the president,” Pfeiffer said.

At the time, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest also weighed in on the news.

“We will certainly be sad to see him go,” Earnest said, admitting that he was a “fan” and “occasional victim” of Stewart, calling him a “talented guy.”

Stewart’s last show will be August 6.