The most winning-est president in history sits down with journalist Keith Olbermann, who'd better watch himself.
Sex columnist, author and political activist Dan Savage visits The President Show to tell Trump what a great job he's doing (presumably).
Linda Sarsour, co-chair of the 2017 Women's March, stops by The President Show to discuss activism and more in the age of Trump.
The smartest, handsomest president ever welcomes author and alternative medicine advocate Deepak Chopra to chat about health care and more.
The president goes on a journey overseas, shows off his crappy souvenirs from world leaders and chats with S.E. Cupp about her show "S.E. Cupp Unfiltered".
Scholar Michael Eric Dyson discusses race in America.
Former CIA officer Evan McMullin discusses the fake news surrounding the president's ties to Russia.
Comedian Bassem Youssef drops by the Oval Office to swap jokes with the president.
Actor, writer and comic Matt Walsh visits "The President Show" to see how politics works in the real world.
Rolling Stone journalist Matt Taibbi stops by for a dose of real news from the commander in chief.
Joy Behar visits The President Show to praise its very smart and charismatic host.
Carole Radziwill of The Real Housewives of New York City chats with the Big Apple's greatest export: the president of the United States.
Ana Marie Cox of the failing New York Times Magazine stops by to chat with the leader of the free world.
Charlamagne Tha God sits down with the president, and it's tremendous.
Democratic commentator Nina Turner talks with the president about his alleged intelligence.
Writer and producer Frank Rich sits down with the president to talk about his work at the failing New York Magazine and the HBO show, "Veep".
The president screams at political pundits on TV, tackles basic training with transgender service members and sits down with veterans advocate Paul Rieckhoff.
The vice president crafts his own executive order, a psychologist tests the president's mental fitness, and Ana Kasparian of "The Young Turks" discusses media and politics.
The president plays a spooky round of Prez Your Luck, has a terrifying encounter with the Muellerman and sits down with "Shrill" author Lindy West.
The president sits down with Joseph Cirincione, a nuclear policy expert and president of Ploughshares Fund.