President Barack Obama has been announced as one of Jon Stewart’s final ‘Daily Show’ guests as the long time host prepares to step down from the Comedy Central show next month. The President will appear on the show this Tuesday (July 21st) just weeks before Stewart bids his farewell.

Jon StewartPresident Obama will appear on ‘The Daily Show’ next week.

The appearance will be Obama’s third as President on the Comedy Central show and his seventh visit overall. The last time Obama stopped by was in 2012 during his second presidential campaign. 

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Obama has made numerous talk-show appearances during his presidency, even becoming the first sitting president to appear on a late-night show. In May he was one of David Letterman's final ‘Late Show’ guests and has previously appeared on ‘The Tonight Show’, ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ and ‘The Colbert Report’.

Stewart will step down as host of the ‘Daily Show’ on August 6th having fronted the late satrical night chat show since 1999. He will be replaced by South African comic Trevor Noah who will take over as host beginning on September 28th.

Last night Noah gave viewers a little taste of what he’ll be like as the ‘Daily Show’ host when he appeared on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' and likened the presidential election to 'Game of Thrones'. “We need a map to show you who goes where, and how: The House of Bush!” the comedian said.

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Noah also revealed what Stewart has told him as he prepares to take over as host. “Jon has some great advice and some of it, I don’t understand, but I just nod,” Noah said. “The most important thing he said was, ‘Go out there and have fun. Do the best show that you feel you can do and the show that you feel needs to be done.’”