As the election quickly approaches, both President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney have debated and discussed some of the most significant issues concerning the country. But on Wednesday night, President Obama faced a critical question on The Tonight Show: Whether he could pull some strings to help end the NHL lockout.
While the audience couldn't help but laugh at the question, the President did in fact have a thing or two to say about the work stoppage.
"Every time these things happen, I just want to remind the owners and the players, you guys make money because you've got a whole bunch of fans out there who are working really hard. They buy tickets, they're watching on TV... Y'all should be able to figure this out. Get this done."