On eve of election, Obama talks to Ryan Seacrest about nachos [AUDIO]

Taylor Bigler Entertainment Editor
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The only hard-hitting journalist with frosted tips, Ryan Seacrest, scored an EXCLUSIVE interview with President Barack Obama on the eve of the election, in which they discussed the important decision our nation faces on Nov. 6.

On the night before the country chooses its next leader, Seacrest grilled the potential prez on the tough issues like what his favorite “cheat” food is.

“My weakness is nachos. If I get nachos and guacamole I can go to town on that stuff. I asked my team to restrict my intake,” Obama admitted. “If they put it in front of me it’s gone.”

The president also stressed how important it is for the American people to hit the voting booths, which is just a cheap ploy to get votes if we’ve ever seen one.

“The first thing is vote. Regardless of who you’re voting for [Ed. note, bullsh*t] our democracy works when the American people get involved, Obama said. “The American people are decent, hard working, and they’ve got great instincts. The more people participate the better the outcome!”

Seacrest asked what song Obama and his wife will dance to at the inauguration if he is re-elected.

“Now that’s a tough choice, and I think I’ll have to consult with my wife. Last time out Beyoncé sang ‘At Last,’ Etta James’ classic, and that was a pretty good choice,” he said. “Whatever it is, it’s got to be a slow song so that I can put my moves on Michelle. Something a little romantic, you know? I haven’t seen her a lot lately. I’ve been on the road too much.”

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