Hollywood A-listers bid farewell to President Obama in video released by the White House this week.
Actors including Samuel L. Jackson, Jerry Seinfeld and Tom Hanks remembered their fondest memories of the past 8 years.
Seinfeld remarked of a video skit he took part in, in which he knocked on Obama's office window and was gestured inside.
Singer John Legend said he cried after the 2008 election, and Jackson said he was proud that his relatives could now be covered under ObamaCare.
The Associated Press wrote that award shows, including Sunday's Golden Globes, would be overshadowed by the prospect of President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration.
Clayton Morris said viewers of such shows are effectively witnessing a "Hillary Clinton campaign rally-slash-mourning."
Pete Hegseth remarked how some Twitter users took issue with the video, and noted that one apparent Hollywood dissident-- actor Mark Wahlberg-- pointed out that the people some actors insult for politically opposing them are the same ones who pay to see their films.
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