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Jimmy Fallon Brings Back "Slow Jam the News" With Mayor Pete Buttigieg


Pete Buttigieg followed in the footsteps of Barack Obama when he participated in The Tonight Show 's "Slow Jam the News" sketch with Jimmy Fallon on Monday.


"Hit me five times," Fallon instructed The Roots as the house band began to play a slow song.


The Roots' Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter continued the performance and sang, "He's ready and prepared for a primary battle.


I'll get big money out of politics and I'd support getting rid of the Electoral College, even if it means fighting these issues out in court," he added.


If you're saying the Buttigieg bus is stopping all around the country, then I guess that means," Fallon said before The Roots began to sing the chorus of Bubba Sparxxx's "Ms. New Booty."


When Buttigieg learned that the comedian was coming to South Bend for a stand-up performance, he decided that he should give Seinfeld the key to the city.






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