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President Obama's Final White House Correspondent's Dinner: Mic-Dropping Funny

Obama left no one untouched -- Hillary, Bernie, and the remaining 2016 GOP field all felt the cut of his wicked humor.
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In his final speech at the White House Correspondent's Dinner, President Obama took no prisoners, and no one was exempt.

The clip above is Obama musing on what his life will be like in Washington, D.C. once he leaves the White House. It features a cameo appearance from another former DC insider, who gives him some tips on how to spend his time after he's no longer the leader of the free world.

Obama led off his speech by noting that this could be the final dinner "before the end of the Republic." And then he went from there.

This slam on Donald Trump isn't in the clip, but it was a great moment, too.

Here are some of the best moments as caught by Twitter:

Also, on Bernie:

And what would his final speech as President be without this?

You can watch the entire speech, and also Larry Wilmore's speech following, at CSPAN.

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