Barack Obama will sit down with Trevor Noah for the first time on Monday -- but the interview will also be his last as president on “The Daily Show,” Comedy Central announced Friday.
Obama’s Monday interview will be his eighth for the Comedy Central program, and his sixth as president. He visited the show twice before his 2008 election.
Monday’s interview will be taped at the White House, and the episode will be simulcast on both MTV and BET in addition to Comedy Central.
Obama made his most recent appearance in July 2015 to pay tribute to departing host Jon Stewart.
“You know, I can’t believe you’re leaving before me,” Obama said during the interview. “In fact, I’m issuing a new executive order: that Jon Stewart cannot leave the show.”
“The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” airs at 11 p.m./10c.