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In  Episode 18, of the Funny or Die/Between Two Ferns clip, President Barack Obama sits down with Zach Galifianakis (The Hangover) in Zach's most memorable interview yet. The video was published March 11, 2014. During the interview, Galifianakis, known for his hilarious 'awkwardness', hits Obama up with questions about birth certificates, running for three terms, the Olympics, and being a nerd. Obama throws a few good punches, one notably about the third sequel to The Hangover.
Here is the link to the exclusive - Funny or Die Episode.
Now, enter FOX News, and their outrage (sort of) - commentated by the The Young Turk's Cenk Uygur.

Here's the TYT clip:

The bottom line? If, in doing the show, President Obama's motive was to reach America's youth and get the word out about ACA, it worked - this time with the help of FOX. As of 7:30 pm EDT, that same evening, the Funny or Die video received over 6.5 million hits.

According to MarketWatch, on Tuesday, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid reported 4.24 million consumers have enrolled in the Affordable Care Act program and the proportion of critical young adults is increasing.
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h/t James Reader, Jed Lewison, ericlewis0

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