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Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Obama's Unpopularity Contest: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Mar 25, 2014 | 148-part series
Mauro Whiteman

Barack Obama isn't the most popular guy at the moment, and things have gotten tense at the Nuclear Security Summit as none of the other world leaders want to sit with him in the cafeteria. But at least Obama decided to show up. (Jimmy Fallon is looking at you, Putin.)

Plus: Michelle Obama on Chinese censorship, Jimmy Carter doesn't trust the NSA snooping on his typewriter, and fireworks go off in Russia to celebrate the Crimean annexation (and the Stanford upset).

Courtesy of Mauro Whiteman

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