President Obama on The Tonight Show: Full Interview!

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Barack Obama returned to the Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night for his first appearance on the program since March 2009, when he became the first sitting Commander-in-Chief to visit the NBC late night staple.

The President discussed everything from the death of Moammar Gadhafi and withdrawal of troops from Iraq, to Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, the Occupy Wall Street Movement, potential Republican challengers and his Halloween plans.

First, though, he made fun of his own Teleprompter use in the opening:

Barack's second stint on The Tonight Show as a bit less joyous than his first, and contained a lot of serious subject matter, but also some lighter moments.

Watch the full Obama interview, broken into three parts, below:

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Anyone but Obama AKA " Al Sharpton on the Halfshell" in 2012

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I think he is the best president we've had for a long time. He is for the people and it's about time someone in Washington stood up for us.

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I love President Obama!! He was funny, answered serious questions but kept it light and interesting. I think he's the best! Obama 2012.

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ROMNEY IN 2012.