Late-night television is set to welcome one of its biggest guests yet: U.S. President Barack Obama.
The commander-in-chief will drop by “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” on Thursday as part of his trip to California, which also includes two town hall meeting and a factory visit.
Obama will discuss his economic plan and other topics with Leno over three segments, according to a “Tonight Show” spokesperson.
Leno joked about the president’s upcoming appearance during his monologue on yesterday’s show: “President Barack Obama is coming on our show Thursday night. We are very excited about that. This might be awkward for our second guest that night, Rush Limbaugh. We may have to do some rescheduling.”
The episode with Obama will air Thursday at 11:35 p.m. EST on NBC and ‘A’ in Canada.