Next Debate Topics Announced. Unfortunately for Obama, the Minaj/Carey Feud is Not on the List

President Obama spent his valuable time this morning weighing in on the Nicki Minaj/Mariah Carey feud. No, I'm not making that up for the sake of a joke. It's a real story.

Earlier today, President Obama called into Y100s Michael YO! Show, where he weighed in on a very serious topic plaguing the pop world - the American Idol fight between judges Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj. What better person to give their opinion on the American Idol spat, other than the top American himself.

The president told Y100 that he believes that the two can work out their differences. When asked how Obama thinks he would do on the reality show, he confessed that he thinks he'll stick to his dayjob.

Which apparently consists of doing NCAA brackets, hoping Teddy wins a staged mascot race, and urging two useless divas to work out their differences.

I haven't considered the Minaj/Carey feud worthy of my time here blogging. But President Obama thinks it's worth his time as President of the United States.

Meanwhile, CNN says the topics for the second presidential debate have been announced. None of the above weightless topics are on the list.

Similar to the first debate between Obama and Romney, the debate will be broken into six 10-minute segments.

Two of those segments will focus on the first topic, "The Changing Middle East and the New Face of Terrorism," the CPD statement said.

The other regional topics are "Our longest war – Afghanistan and Pakistan," "Red Lines – Israel and Iran," and "The Rise of China and Tomorrow’s World."

"America’s role in the world" is the fifth topic. The CPD said the topics may be raised in any order.

It's obvious now why Barack Obama cares so much about Big Bird. He never really grew up.