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President Obama Sings LMFAO, Sort Of

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As if LMFAO needed any more of an ego boost, last night President Obama endorsed "Sexy And I Know It," the group's playing-everywhere-all-the-damn-time anthem to tan ass-cheeks.

Well, sort of.

The President hasn't actually given any indication of his feelings about LMFAO one way or another. But some crack(ed out) video splicer out there compiled a ton of clips of the President reciting the song's lyrics, one word at a time, and set them to the beat that just will not die.

It's a pretty funny clip. But is it funny enough to justify the existence of "Sexy And I Know It" itself? You be the judge.

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