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President Obama Sings Lady Gaga’s ‘Born This Way’ Through the Magic of Editing [VIDEO]

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Pop music and politics are far from strange bedfellows, from country musician Kinky Friedman’s famous unsuccessful run for Texas Governor to Herman Cain’s incessant quoting of the theme from ‘Pokemon 2000: The Movie’. This crossover, between Lady Gaga and Pres. Barack Obama, however, will be stuck in our heads for quite some time.

Someone with heavy access to Obama’s video library and a lot of time on his or her hands compiled a series of clips from Obama’s speeches and press conferences to make it sound as though he is singing the lyrics to Lady Gaga’s ‘Born This Way’.

We have to warn you. We listened to the video just once and it has not left out heads no matter how hard we try to hum it out of our brains by imagining that Franklin Delano Roosevelt is singing the lyrics to ‘I Think We’re Alone Now.’ That also presents a whole other problem we won’t go into now. Check out Gaga and Obama’s unlikely duet below.

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