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Cards Against Humanity looks to hire Barack Obama with cheeky Craigslist ad

Cards Against Humanity looks to hire Barack Obama with cheeky Craigslist ad / Cards Against Humanity

Politically incorrect party game Cards Against Humanity is looking for a new chief executive, but the only candidate who will fit the bill is Barack Obama.

The former US president has been singled out by the company in Craiglist ad, which specifies that the ideal candidate for the vacancy a minimum of eight years experience in office.

The tongue-in-cheek listing also stipulates that the position will only go to someone who has "passed comprehensive healthcare reform," with "excellent negotiator" skills.

"The ideal candidate will be excited to travel for work and be a recipient of the Nobel Peace Price," it finishes.

The successful applicant will get 51% of the company and will be able to set their own salary. They’ll also get access to the office pantry, which has "unlimited almonds" as well as "generous" vacation time.

Obama has had no shortage of job offers since departing from the White House, with Spotify also looking to tap the 44th Potus as president of playlists earlier this month.

Before the election the founder of Cards Against Humanity, which is essentially a dark humored card game, unveiled a series of anti-Trump billboards directing people towards the site TrumpIsNotATeamPlayer.com.

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