“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” has become one of the most influential programs on television by offering honest, passionate analysis and satirical commentary of the news. Politicians, network executives, and everyday Americans tune in four times a week and esteem his segments for their thoughtful monologues, sharp correspondents, and well-timed celebrity guests. Since 1999, Jon Stewart has tackled current events and changed the way we talk about the world around us. His episodes show incredible range of emotion — from hilariously referring to President Obama as “dude,” to his powerful, solemn monologue after the shooting in Charleston. Tonight, Stewart will give his last performance on “The Daily Show.” He and President Obama have shared the screen a total of seven times over the past 10 years, discussing the President's work as a Senator, on campaigns, and in the White House. Most recently, President Obama sat down with Stewart last month as part of the trailblazing final season. Here are four of our favorite moments Jon Stewart has shared with President Obama over the years: read more

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#JonVoyage: Our 4 Favorite Moments from President Obama’s Interviews on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart"