Now for some much needed light relief from the world of America politics: the Obama administration is being turned into a comedy.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Barack's time as POTUS is going to be immortalised in "a high-concept workplace comedy" that focuses on the White House as a workplace and the relationships between staff - which can only mean one thing.
The Obama-Biden bromance is heading for the big screen.
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Universal Pictures have secured the rights to From the Corner of the Oval - a book proposal by former White House stenographer Beck Dorey-Stein.
The book follows a young woman living in Washington D.C who through a twist of fate she is hired as a stenographer in the White House during Obama's presidency.
It is expected to be published in 2018, and will then be adapted for the big screen by Michael Sugar - best known for the Oscar-winning drama Spotlight.
Something to look forward to while we wait for the Trump administration-inspired apocalypse movie, then.