Former president Bill Clinton went on "Late Night" on Wednesday and, as dictated in the Constitution, Seth Meyers asked him a question about the 2016 presidential election.

"Do you think you might live in a different house in 2016," Meyers said.

"I hope not, because 2016 is the election year, and I don't have anyplace to move," Clinton deadpanned in response.

They also discussed golfing. Meyers asked if he ever thought to fake an international phone call during a bad game. Clinton responded that he had never thought of that. "Where were you when I needed you?"

Clinton hypothesized that presidents like golf because it takes time, and that taking time off is important when you live in the White House.

He also, being Bill Clinton, had a very, very long response to how Muslim leaders should react to the Charlie Hebdo attack. He began, "Muslim leaders have to do more to combat the extremists." Clinton is probably one of the only people in the universe who can get late-night comedy shows to air long lectures about international affairs.