Stewart asked about the Bush wiretapping program. POTUS said it has been modified, with a "legal structure and safeguards in place that weren't there before."***
"They aren't sexy issues," POTUS said.
"You don’t know what I find sexy," Stewart quipped.
POTUS alluded to the opening segment in which Stewart referenced the book "50 Shades of Gray."
"I know what you’ve been reading," he joked. But declined to press further because, after all, he is still president.
Stewart asked if had made a stronger affirmative case for a second term or more negative one against Romney. Potus listed his accomplishments such as ending the Iraq war, health care, the auto bailout and said he had a “strong story to tell” but he added that part of his job was “also preventing things that won’t work.” He listed restricting rights for gays and lesbians, not passing a budget to make college more affordable and rolling back health care and turning medicade into a voucher system.