Next Episode of The President Show is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The losers dominating late-night are in for a rude awakening when the smartest, handsomest, most winning-est president of all time enters the fray to address the nation. The President Show brings television back to the people - by putting a plutocratic billionaire behind the desk.
The president breaks down who's being nice and who isn't and pays a visit to the "real" New York, and Keith Olbermann stops by to discuss his web series, "The Resistance".
The president signs some executive orders that he thought of all by himself, befriends a portrait of Andrew Jackson and talks dirty with "Savage Lovecast" host Dan Savage.
The president reacts to what the crooked media is saying about him, visits an elementary school and sits down with co-founder of the 2017 Women's March Linda Sarsour.
The president receives a visit from a frumpy old friend, gets a guided lesson in meditation and sits down with "You Are the Universe" co-author Deepak Chopra.
The president goes on a journey overseas, shows off his souvenirs from other world leaders and chats with S.E. Cupp about America's mistrust of the media.
The president shakes up his inner circle and makes a big business deal on the golf course, and Dr. Michael Eric Dyson stops by to discuss white privilege in America.
The president dodges questions about James Comey, visits his pals in the Land of Fake Believe and sits down with former CIA operative Evan McMullin.
The president turns his daily briefings into a game show and takes a trip to his hometown, and political satirist Bassem Youssef discusses fleeing persecution in Egypt.
The president finds out who's a witch and who isn't, holds auditions for a defense lawyer, and tries an improv scene with "Veep" star Matt Walsh.
Rolling Stone journalist Matt Taibbi stops by for a dose of real news from the commander in chief.
Joy Behar visits The President Show to praise its very smart and charismatic host.
Carole Radziwill of The Real Housewives of New York City chats with the Big Apple's greatest export: the president of the United States.
Ana Marie Cox of the failing New York Times Magazine stops by to chat with the leader of the free world.
Civil rights activist DeRay Mckesson sits down with the president.
Democratic commentator Nina Turner talks with the president about his alleged intelligence.
Writer and producer Frank Rich sits down with the president to talk about his work at the failing New York Magazine and the HBO show "Veep."
The president screams at political pundits on TV, tackles basic training with transgender service members and sits down with veterans advocate Paul Rieckhoff.
The president takes on all the very unfair losers out to get him; an interview with Ana Kasparian, the cohost of The Young Turks.
The president caps off another successful week by talking to author and New York Times opinion writer, Lindy West.
The president sits down with Joseph Cirincione, a nuclear policy expert and president of Ploughshares Fund.
The losers dominating late-night are in for a rude awakening when the smartest, handsomest, most winning-est president of all time.
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