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President Obama and Jay Leno / Jacquelyn Martin, AP

President Obama paid tribute to Jay Leno with a video trying to get back at the retiring Tonight Show host and political comedian.

"Jay, you've made a whole lot of jokes about me over the years -- but do not worry, I'm not upset," Obama said on a video played on Leno's last show Thursday night.

Then the punch line: "On a totally unrelated note, I've decided to make you my new ambassador to Antarctica -- hope you got a warm coat, funny man."

Jimmy Fallon is taking over the Tonight Show gig.

From Politico:

"The president appeared in a taped video message sandwiched between sportscaster Bob Costas and liberal comic Bill Maher, as celebrities gave Leno advice on what to do in his retirement. ...

"The reel of celebrities included everyone from the president to pop star Miley Cyrus and actor Charlie Sheen wishing Leno well and cracking jokes about his retirement."



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