He'll also be the latest political figure to appear on the show. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) sat down with Leno last week. President Obama has appeared on the show numerous times, and became the first sitting president to make an in-studio guest appearance on a late night talk show when he visited Leno in March 2009.
While he was president, Bush did not appear on "The Tonight Show," but he did tap into pop culture by making taped appearances on shows like "Deal or No Deal."His most recent "Tonight Show" appearance was in 2010, when he was in the midst of a book tour for his memoir "Decision Points."
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