When Barack Obama created a workout playlist on Spotify, naturally everyone needed the confirmation that he was the hip-hop fan we all thought and wanted him to be. As for President Trump, no one cares to know his pre-speech playlist, but we have strong reason to believe it includes DJ Khaled's "All I Do Is Win." Exhibit A: his speech yesterday at a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

In just under a minute of his speech, President Trump attempts to raise morale by claiming he and his constituents have made progress despite the obstacles in their path. And to drive the point home, he took a page out of Khaled's book: "We are making such incredible progress. We are making progress like nobody can believe. These people are being driven crazy... crazy. They have phony witch hunts going against me. They have everything going. And you know what? All we do is win, win, win."

While his cadence isn't exactly the same as T-Pain's, President Trump's repetition of "win" is eerily similar. It's unlikely that DJ Khaled will speak on the issue, if he's even aware of it, since he's been heavily promoting the release of his next album Grateful, which drops at midnight tonight, on social networks.

This isn't the first time the 2010 anthem has been associated with a president. President Obama had used it as an intro for himself at the 2013 White House Correspondents' Dinner.

You can check out the clip of President Trump's speech at the Iowa rally below. There is also a video which is edited to make it look like the president is rapping T-Pain's hook on the song.

See 16 Hip-Hop Albums With the Shortest Rollouts Over the Years

More From Super Talk 1270