President Barack Obama took time to laugh at himself during the 2013 White House Correspondents' Dinner, and the jokes started before he even reached the podium.
DJ Khaled's song "All I Do Is Win" was Obama's selected walk-up song as he addressed the crowd, as he joked, "Rush Limbaugh warned you about this ... Second term, baby."
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The president's humorous monologue touched on the first lady's bangs, his Republican rivals, and even Daniel Day-Lewis.
Entertainers Michael Douglas, "Gangnam Style" performer Psy, Kevin Spacey and Claire Danes were just a small handful of big names on the star-studded guest list in attendance at the annual dinner. Six journalists also received awards for their coverage of the presidency.
Other journalists, however, were at the end of Obama's punch line.
"The History Channel is not here," he told the crowd. "I guess they were embarrassed by the whole 'Obama is a devil' thing. Of course that never kept Fox News from showing up. They also thought the comparison was not fair to Satan."
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