Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton Sing 'Timber': Watch U.S. President Singing Pitbull and Ke$ha's Hit Song [VIDEO]

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Barack Obama is yelling timber. Hillary Clinton is getting down. Or at least that's what they appear to be doing in this hilarious video that has cut up speeches from both American officials and put it to the tune of Pitbull and Ke$ha's hit single "Timber." The video was made by 'baracksdubs', a serial Youtuber who has made some pretty impressive video edits using speeches from Barack Obama, Mitt Romney and Bill Clinton set to songs by Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry and more.

Pitbull himself even liked the video: he linket to it on his Twitter account saying "tight work to @baracksdubs with @BarackObama @WhiteHouse and @HillaryClinton yelling ." The video has been viewed over 200,000 times and is quickly making the social media rounds. Among baracksdubs other amazing clips are Obama singing the "Pokemon" theme song, "Sexy and I know It" by LMFAO, "Bringing Sexy Back" by Justin Timberlake and many more.

Pitbull's hit song "Timber" featuring Ke$ha has been a worldwide hit. "Timber" peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for three consecutive weeks, and has also topped the charts in many other countries, including Canada, where it has stood at number one for eight consecutive weeks, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands and Denmark. Rihanna was originally supposed to be singing on the song but after recording "Can't Remember to Forget You" with Shakira, she didn't have time.

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Oscar Lopez is a Brooklyn-based writer. Originally from Mexico, Oscar moved with his family to Australia in 2000. Graduating from the University of Melbourne in 2011 with a BA (Honors) Oscar was awarded the Keith Macartney Scholarship for the Arts, the Louise Homfrey Award and the Hannah Barry Memorial Award. As well as reporting for Latin Times, Oscar's writng has been featured in Newsweek, New York Magazine (nymag.com) and Musee Magazine.