What are the future plans of a president who served two-terms and a late night talk show host who is retiring? According to one of the two, Dominos – not the pizza type, but the game type – or a stop at the local Starbucks. Barack Obama and David Letterman talk retirement on the ‘Late Show’ as their separate runs come near.

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Obama says to Letterman in an exit speech:

I mean this sincerely, and I know I speak for Michelle, she probably had a chance to say it herself. You know, we’ve grown up with you. The country I think has, after a tough day at the office or coming home from work, knowing you’ve been there to give us a little bit of joy, a little bit of laughter, it has meant so much, and you’re a part of all of us … You’ve given us a great gift, and we love you.”

Of course, Obama has another year before he can officially take his ‘month-long break’, but Latterman plans to make his last television ‘Late Show’ appearance on May 20. Twenty years strong … go ‘head.