Obama-Castro Shake Shakes the Media: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Plus: Kanye West wants to be “the Obama of clothing,” Obama wants to go on tour with Macklemore—and more.

Among the younger demographic, the president's approval ratings are dropping to record lows. The obvious solution to attract more Millennials? Encourage them with a little hip-hop ... and also beg them to code.

Plus, Kanye West wants to be the Obama of clothing. Jay Leno is a little skeptical.

And in today's international news, President Obama is under fire for shaking hands with Cuban President Raúl Castro. Why does this matter? Because the mainstream media says it does.

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Reena Flores is a Video Producer at National Journal.

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