Obama to appear on The Daily Show tonight

by Ashley Goetz

President Barack Obama will appear on The Daily Show tonight two days after an aggressive performance at the second presidential debate. 

This will be the president's sixth visit to the Comedy Central show since 2005 and his second since taking office.

In the president's last visit to the show, host Jon Stewart asked Obama tough questions about his first term, heath care and the economy. 

Tonight's interview is expected to run longer than the 15 minutes on television, but like most of Stewart's interviews on the show, the full and unedited version will be posted to the show's website tomorrow morning. 

The Daily Show continues to have strong ratings among the coveted 18-34 viewer demographic. The show's Republican National Convention coverage had more viewers in that demographic than CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC, according to a Comedy Central press release.

Tonight's show starts at 10 p.m. (CST). The president's inteverview is expected to begin around 10:10 p.m. (CST).