The President Show
Farewell Address - America's Most Destructive Product
Season 1 E 11 • 07/20/2017
The president reveals the most destructive thing made in America.
The President ShowS1 E9Lawyering Up
The president auditions several high-profile attorneys (including Gloria Allred, Alan Dershowitz and Ron Kuby) in order to find one to come to his defense.
The President ShowS1 E10Farewell Address - Containing the Outbreak
The president makes a huge discovery about the debilitating disease that's plaguing Americans.
The President ShowS1 E10Executive Orders: A Little Less Transparency
With his sweet baby boy by his side, the president signs a stack of executive orders, including a health care bill for the ailing health care bill.
The President ShowS1 E10Matt Taibbi - Living in a TARFU Era
Rolling Stone reporter Matt Taibbi dispels the theory that an outsider presidential candidate can fix America's two-party system.
The President ShowS1 E10Terrible Outbreak
The president urges everyone to remain calm in the face of an extremely aggressive virus.
The President ShowS1 E10Make America Straight Again
After learning about "gay conversion therapy," the vice president leads a session himself.
The President ShowS1 E11Joy Behar - Surviving the Next 100 Days
Joy Behar of "The View" breaks down the president's greatest disaster and opens up about their old friendship.
The President ShowS1 E11Made in America
The president celebrates America's hardest workers and explains why Congress can't repeal Obamacare.
The President ShowS1 E11Screaming at the TV - Everybody's Ruining Everything
The president's faithful sidekick reunites him with his beloved TV so he can catch up on the media's latest barrage of unfair commentary about him.
The President ShowS1 E11The Don
The president sits down with former mobsters to get in touch with his gangster side.
The President ShowS1 E11Farewell Address - America's Most Destructive Product
The president reflects on his favorite macho products made in America.
The President ShowS1 E12The White House Guys of Washington, D.C.
The president's cool new White House communications director and the vice president stop by for a juicy gossip session.
The President ShowS1 E12Welcome to the New Reality
The president welcomes the newest (and possibly raunchiest) member of his White House team.
The President ShowS1 E12A Presidency in Focus
The president and vice president go behind a two-way mirror to find out what ordinary Americans really think of the administration.
The President ShowS1 E12Carole Radziwill - America's Reality Show Future
Reality TV star Carole Radziwill compares the White House to "The Real Housewives of New York City" and imagines the future impact of reality TV on Americans.
The President ShowS1 E12Farewell Address - Chaos Makes for Damn Good TV
The president revisits the many personas he's cultivated over the years.
The President ShowS1 E13There's No Chaos
The president assures the media that everything in the White House is going according to plan.
The President ShowS1 E13The Book of Mike
With help from three world-renowned ethicists, the vice president works through his own moral dilemmas.
The President ShowS1 E13Farewell Address - Back to Complete Chaos
The president bids a tearful farewell to his former White House communications director.
The President ShowS1 E13Ana Marie Cox - Opening Up a Political Dialogue
Columnist Ana Marie Cox explains what inspired her to have uncomfortable political conversations on her new podcast "With Friends Like These."
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