The book also lifts the veil on the administration's attempts to sell policies to younger voters, using the president's charisma and humor.Desperate to pitch Obamacare to young Americans in 2014, Litt describes how the White House turned to the internet as their plan of action.According to Litt, the term 'POTUS' was still a cool-kids-only word in 2011, but it was eventually shortened to 'P.'However, there was one Obama quirk that managed to put off much of the staff, Litt reveals.The president had a penchant for 'incessant whistling.''I'm not sure exactly when POTUS picked up this habit. All I know for certain is that once he started, he couldn't be stopped,' Litt says.As the president's go-to comedy writer, Litt also pulled the curtain back on some of the jokes for Obama's White House Correspondent's Dinner speeches which did not make the final cut.In 2011, Litt had written in the gag about 2012 Republican presidential contender Tim Pawlenty in Obama's speech in response to the notorious birther conspiracy.'You may think Tim Pawlenty's all-American, but have you heard his full name? To his dismay, the bin Laden line ended up being removed by the president himself.
Obamaworld was also a place where there was no other choice but to like college basketball or pretend to like it, as the former president was known to be a huge fan.
It included Obama's famous appearance on the comedy talk show, Between Two Ferns, with funnyman Zach Galifianakis.
Within 24-hours of the video release Litt said, 11million people had viewed the interview, and traffic to jumped to 40 per cent.
(I'll call him Chase, because that's what he enjoyed),' he writes.
'Chase' pursued the news anchor by inviting her to holiday receptions and sports teams visits to the White House.