President Obama kicked off his final monologue at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner Saturday joking about who would be taking his spot next year.


"Next year, at this time, someone else will be standing here in this very spot, and it's anyone's guess who she will be," Obama said, alluding to the only female candidate in the race, Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonGraham: McCain 'acted appropriately' by handing Steele dossier to FBI Why Mueller's hedge on obstruction decision was a mistake Giuliani says news media treat Dems better than GOP MORE.

His first jokes jabbed at his former secretary of State, saying he might hit the Goldman Sachs speaking circuit after his presidency and knocking her part in a skit with the punchline "CP time" — commonly meaning "colored people" time — saying the term stands for "jokes white people shouldn't tell." 

Later, Obama joked about Democratic presidential candidate Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersJam-packed primary poses a serious threat to Democrats in 2020 Treason narrative collapses; who bears responsibility? Pence hits 2020 Dems for skipping AIPAC MORE's popularity with young voters, comparing Clinton to an older relative who tries to join Facebook.

"I've said I admire Hillary's toughness, her smarts, her policy chops, her experience. You've gotta admit it, though: Hillary trying to appeal to young voters is a little bit like your relative who just signed up for Facebook," Obama said. "'Dear America, did you get my poke? Is it appearing on your wall? I'm not sure I'm using this right. Love, Aunt Hillary.'"

The annual dinner, also known as “Nerd Prom,” brings together celebrities, politicians and the media for a roasting of prominent figures and storylines in the news, which will likely include a heavy dose of the 2016 elections and GOP presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump: 'Haven't thought about' pardons for Mueller target Pence: Rocket attack 'proves that Hamas is not a partner for peace' Conservation remains a core conservative principle MORE.

This year’s invitees include singer Aretha Franklin, actor Morgan Freeman and Super Bowl MVP Von Miller of the Denver Broncos. Sanders is expected to attend, although Clinton and Trump will not.