The night before GOP frontrunner Donald Trump was scheduled to ring in 2016 on Fox News Channel, President Obama debuted on Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee on Crackle. Seinfeld explains in the interview that Obama has gotten off just enough funny lines during his presidency to barely qualify as a guest on his Crackle gig.

“How many world leaders do you think are just completely out of their mind?” Seinfeld asks, one of the better interviews conducted with Obama during his presidency.

“A pretty sizable percentage,” Obama answered, continuing what Comedy Central late-night host Larry Wilmore has dubbed Obama’s “Doesn’t Give a F•ck” year in office.

Trump, meanwhile, buried the hatchet in his on-again-off-again war with Fox News to continue his war on the Clintons on the cable news network’s New Year’s Eve clambake. Trump’s booked to start at 11 PM ET, from his estate in Palm Beach, Fla. FNC says Trump is exclusive to its show for the night, joining hosts Kimberly Guilfoyle and Eric Bolling of  The Five. But other GOP candidates are slated to show up as well, including Ben Carson.