Oh, you posted a selfie today? Was it with the President of the United States? Didn't think so.
E! News' very own Terrence Jenkins killed the selfie game Thursday evening when he posted a photo of himself with none other than Barack Obama—and it was epic.
Jenkins attended the White House reception for those that assisted with the Affordable Heath Care Act and was the only person to snag a selfie with the prez. "After his speech, the president started shaking hands. He spotted me and immediately started smiling and said, 'Thank you so much for all you've done. I really appreciate you,'" Terrence tells us.
"I thanked him, shook his hand and asked for a selfie. He winked and said, 'Cool' and let me take it. After I took it, a bunch of people tried to take it, but I was the only one that got to get one. He was being pulled in a million directions but was super nice and gracious."
"Dopest selfie ever with POTUS @," Terrence captioned the snapshot. And he also got a selfie with Vice President Joe Biden!
"I asked to take a selfie and he immediately grabbed my camera to take it," he said. "He was super cool."
Terrence added, "The White House staff are some of the nicest and smartest people I've ever met," noting that today was "one of the coolest days ever."
Maybe Joel McHale will get his presidential selfie, too! The Soup star will be heading to the nation's capital this weekend to host the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner on Saturday, May 3.
Make sure to watch E! News tomorrow night at 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. for more on Terrence's trip to the White House!
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