Obama Youtube interviews update: When sitting down with President Obama, GloZell said that Fidel Castro “put the “d**k in dictatorship. The Youtube star who ate Fruit Loops from a bathtub said that she cut the hoods from her husbands hoodies because she was fearful that he would walk out of the house and be shot by law enforcement. President Obama said that the majority of police officers do their jobs properly but noted that he believes that bis still exits and such views can impact split-second decisions. “A lot of the way to solve this is to improve training so people can be aware of their biases ahead of time,” President Obama said.
GloZell made the morning news show rounds on Friday. During a short segment on CNN, the YouTube star who also reportedly made viral video where she shoved a condom up her nose, said, that she is not bothered by all the negative comments concerning the Obama interview. As a Youtube star she said she is used to getting all kinds of hate mail and since the Obama interview she is now getting virtually bashed “by a higher class of people.” GloZell noted that movie star Rob Lowe authored a tweet about her chat with President Obama.
Hold up. Is it true that a woman who eats cereal out of a bathtub gets to meet with the President and the Prime Minister of Isreal does not?
— Rob Lowe (@RobLowe) January 23, 2015
— Good Morning America (@GMA) January 23, 2015
— GloZell Green (@GloZell) January 23, 2015
— GloZell Green (@GloZell) January 22, 2015
— GloZell Green (@GloZell) January 22, 2015
I just had a total freak out that I lost the picture @BarackObama signed. Turns out it was exactly where I put it.
— Hank Green (@hankgreen) January 23, 2015
President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address will be followed by interviews with three YouTube “stars.” Obama has scheduled sit-down, in-person interviews with the YouTube personalities two days after his annual speech. The political backlash over the decision to do soft interviews with a teen fashionista, a woman who wears green lipstick, and young video blogger was both swift and severe.
Obama will be interviewed after the State of the Union address by Bethany Mota, GloZell, and Hank Green. The live interviews will be shows via YouTube on January 22, according to a White House press release. President Obama will reportedly be discussing issues the YouTube stars “care most about” during the live chat session. The Obama YouTube interviews will be shown via the White House’s YouTube channel.
Bethany Mota, GloZell, and Hank Green will also reportedly be sharing with President Obama the questions and concerns raised by their respective fans. Although the YouTube personalities selected by President Obama do not have to pose questions generated from the Twitter hashtag #YouTubeAsksObama, the general public has been urged to submit tweets using the tag.
Bethany Mota’s YouTube channel describes the teenager who uses a heart with a peace symbol in her photo header, this way: “Hey, I’m Bethany! (You can call me Beth) and I’m a teenage girl from California. I make videos about hair, makeup, fashion, DIY projects, and basically anything that I love. I hope that my channel can put a smile on your face and give you some cool ideas. So join in and be a part of the family!”
GloZell Green’s YouTube page about section reads, “GloZell’s wild and crazy life as the the Queen of Youtube. The Mother of the Internet. Check out GloZellGreen Channel.”
Oh god I just realized I have no idea what to wear to the @whitehouse. HELP! Suit? Or should I go semi-formal? Shirt and tie? AGGHH
— Hank Green (@hankgreen) January 17, 2015
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) January 15, 2015
14 Fart Facts For Flatulent Folk (Everyone) https://t.co/uwvWQxoQ5P And yes, I made a video just about farts. SO!
— Hank Green (@hankgreen) January 9, 2015
— GloZell Green (@GloZell) January 17, 2015
You see I would try to make my Instagram look super fabulous and trendy but I can barely keep my room clean
— Bethany Mota ∞ (@BethanyMota) January 13, 2015
What do you think about President Obama doing interviews with online personalities who make videos about flatulence, how to make edible glitter, and wear green lipstick instead of sitting down with the news media to answer tough questions about the State of the Union address?
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