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    2013 White House Correspondents' Dinner: Obama Loves Rap & Rocks Michelle's Bangs

    Conan O'Brien, US first lady Michelle Obama BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

    Conan O'Brien didn't disappoint and neither did the president at the 2013 White House Correspondents' dinner. 

    Taking to the stage first was Barack Obama (watch the video below), who after being introduced by DJ Khaled's "All I Do Is Win," started off his speech joking "second term, baby" and noted his advisors wanting him to remain a bit more traditional than go with the rap anthem. 

    The president also didn't hold back when it came to his wife, Michelle Obama, even going as far as donning his wife's signature bangs in Photoshopped pics.

    Obama's rap references didn't stop with his intro either. Joking about Jay-Z and wife Beyoncé's recent visit to Cuba, he laughed: "I've got 99 problems and now Jay-Z is one."

    Obama's best line of the evening may have been his reference to college pot smoking. Weighing in on the success of Buzz Feed, the president joked: "I remember Buzz Feed was just something I did in college around 2 a.m." Then mouthing silently, "it's true."

    Funnyman Conan took the stage after the president's speech, making light of the assembled press with every chance possible.

    Conan began by praising Obama the job creator, joking that since he's been president, "the number of popes has doubled and the number of Tonight Show hosts has tripled."

    Not feeling shy either about using the eclectic guest list as material, Conan laughed off Duck Dynasty stars Willie and Korie Robertson's attendance with: "Which means the guys from Storage Wars said no."

    Conan also touched upon the news with North Korea. Dubbing Kim Jong-un "a pouty teenage boy who dresses like Rosie O'Donnell at the Emmys." 

    However, the talk show host's speech could be summed up by his own line, when he described the room of assembled correspondents as "all just one big high school cafeteria." Adding, "Fox is the jocks...bloggers are the goths...NPR is the table for kids with peanut allergies. Al-Jazeera is the weird foreign exchange student nobody talks to."

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