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    Here's The Most Iconic Moment In Barack Obama's Entire Presidency

    "This opportunity comes once in a lifetime."

    A couple of weeks ago at the Democratic National Convention, Hillary Clinton officially became the Democratic nominee for president in the 2016 election.

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    President Obama also made an appearance at the DNC, supporting Clinton's campaign.

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    And in a new video that was recently released by the candidate, we get a look at some of the things that went down behind the scenes.

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    We catch a glimpse of Joe Biden smiling, because of course.

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    And here's Elizabeth Banks alongside Clinton herself.

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    Bill's chillin' with Meryl Streep, watching his wife on TV and pointing out their "friends in Chappaqua."

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    But most importantly, here's Barack Obama, the 44th president of the United States of America, hyping himself to go out on stage...

    Hillary Clinton / Via listening to "Lose Yourself" by Eminem.

    Check out that head nod!

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    Seriously, please watch the most iconic moment in Barack Obama's entire presidency.

    Yes, that really happened.

    In the iconic words of Marshall Mathers: