Jon Stewart tells Obama: You don't have much time left to put us all in FEMA camps
'Daily Show' host Jon Stewart interviews President Barack Obama for the last time on July 21, 2015. [The Daily Show]

Jon Stewart devoted the entirety of Tuesday's Daily Show to his interview with President Barack Obama.


"You don't have that much time to take away Americans' guns, declare martial law, and put hardworking Americans in FEMA camps," Stewart noted. "If you're gonna do that, you'd better get started."

Tuesday's show was Obama's last appearance on the show before both men leave their respective positions, with Stewart set to sign off on Aug. 6.

"I can't believe you're leaving before me," the president joked, before announcing that he had penned an executive order requiring Stewart to stay on the job, only for it to be "challenged in the courts."

"For me, this is a state's rights issue," Stewart quipped in response.

After lengthy discussions on both foreign policy and his administration's interactions with the media, Obama closed the interview by insisting that "there is a common purpose at the neighborhood level" in the US, which is dissipated in the political world by polarizing elements and the influence of money.

"The only way to prevent that is by people getting involved," Obama said. "It doesn't take that much."

"After seven years, is that the advice that you then bequeath to future President Trump?" Stewart asked.

"I am sure the Republicans are enjoying Mr. Trump's current dominance in their primary," the president said.

"Anything that makes them look less crazy," Stewart responded.

Watch the entire episode posted online by Hulu:

The Daily Show also posted additional footage of the discussion, which can be seen here.