Well, to be clear, he probably didn't set it up, he probably has people for that (we hope). But whether he was plugging in RCAs or just waving his scepter at the help, new president Barack Obama was responsible for the best sentence we've read all day: "The New York Times reports Obama set up a 'Wii station' in the East Wing of the White House." The official West Wing video game console gets a permanent home? Obama is coming ever closer to usurping Bartlet as our favorite administration.

Speaking of presidents of days gone by, we hear that before the games could officially begin, aides had to delete dozens of Imagine Constitutional Lawz and My English Coach save files left on the system by the previous administration. That's just what we heard, mind you.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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