He is surely the coolest President the United States ever had. That is why President Barack Obama has no qualms in publicly declaring that he is looking for a new job.
As the citizens of the country are making their final decision as whom to elect as their next President-the Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump and the Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton-the incumbent President is frantically looking for a job.
In fact, popular television host and comedian, Stephen Colbert, helped Obama to spruce up his resume to get a new job as soon as he leaves the White House in January next year.
The hilarious video from Colbert's popular show, The Late Show, gives us a glimpse of Obama's "funny and cool" side once again.
In the video, Obama tells moustachioed Colbert, while consulting for a new job, "Honestly, there wasn't a lot of room for advancement in my last job." "The only one with a more powerful position was my wife."
There has been a lot of speculation about the 55-year-old Nobel Peace Laureate's new job.
Although there is no official confirmation, however, according to a report published by the AOL, Obama has announced what his main focus politically will be after leaving the White House.
"Politico reports Former Attorney General Eric Holder and Obama will work to overhaul America's system of legislative redistricting," added the AOL report.