James Corden Is President Joe Biden's New Presidential Aide -- and He Can't Stop Cracking Jokes
By Zach Seemayer
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James Corden is lending a helping hand around the White House. As part of The Late Late Show's segment, "Take a Break," Corden headed to Washington D.C., to the seat of political power, to help out with random jobs about the White House.
This included working in the Presidential kitchen, fielding reporters' questions as a temporary Press Secretary, and even helping President Joe Biden as his personal assistant inside the Oval Office.
In reality, the joke segment mostly saw Corden goofing off around Biden, as the president played along.
As his assistant, Corden snuck in a framed photo of himself and Harry Styles from an old "Carpool Karaoke" segment and placed it among the many presidential portraits -- inadvertently covering up a photo of President Harry Truman.