Iran's new president, Hassan Rouhani, is wrapping up his first week in office.
The moderate cleric was sworn in last Sunday, officially ending the eight-year, two-term presidency of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Many Iranians–both in Iran and around the globe–celebrated with a chant.
It's a very distinct chant that dates back to Iran's previous presidential vote, in 2009, which many believe Ahmadinejad stole.
Ah-medi-bye-byyye. Ah-medi-bye-byyye. Ah-medi-bye-byyye.
Host Aaron Schachter talks with Maz Jobrani, an Iranian-American comedian who lives in Los Angeles, about the chant.
Jobrani knows that chant well.