White House Photo By Pete Souza

White House Photo By Pete Souza

*President Obama joked about his post-White House plans, filmed a second edition of “Mean Tweets” and came for Donald Trump yet again during his return to “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Monday.

He also explained how his youngest daughter Sasha trolled him on Snapchat.

“I started talking to Michelle about the implications of social media and what all this means,” he said. “Come to find out she [Sasha] was recording us the whole time, and then sent to her friends afterwards: ‘This is my dad lecturing us on the meaning of social media’. And she took a picture of herself sort of looking bored.”

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Obama went on to explain that apart from email, he’s barely allowed any apps on his own phone for security reasons. “I now have an iPhone, but it is, you know, like the phone you give your two-year-old,” he grins. “Where they can pretend to press things but nothing actually happens.”

Regarding his plans to stay in Washington D.C. until his youngest daughter Sasha finishes high school in two years, the president joked that he would be like “the old guy at the bar where you went to high school — just kind of hanging around like shirt is buttoned a bit too low — still thinks he’s cool.”

He also quipped that First Lady Michelle Obama would divorce him if he were able to run again for a third term.

Kimmel asked POTUS, “When you watch the debate and you watch Donald Trump, do you ever actually laugh?” Obama responded, “Most of the time.”

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Obama also got a chance to zing Trump during the “Mean Tweets” segment, where guests read the less positive social media comments about themselves. Among the zingers read, Obama saved a mean tweet about him from Trump for last.

“President Obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the United States!” Obama read. Then he responded, “Really? Well, @realdonaldtrump, at least I will go down as a president.”

Later, Obama said that when Bill Murray visited the White House last week, they taped a video to promote enrollment in the Affordable Care Act, in which they were putting a ball into a glass in the Oval Office.

“He won repeatedly,” Obama said. “The glass was rigged.”

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Wrapping up the interview, Kimmel told Obama, sentimentally, “I want to say thank you to you for being our president.”

Obama said he hoped to be invited back to the show once he’s out of the White House.

“This is it,” Kimmel responded. “I’m saying goodbye. It was really nice knowing you.”