President Obama is showing his snarky side in an effort to get young Americans to sign up for ObamaCare.
Obama delivered both jabs and a plug for the law in an episode of comedian Zach Galifianakis' mock-interview show "Between Two Ferns," which was filmed two weeks ago and released online Tuesday. Galifianakis is known for putting his interview subjects in awkward positions and passive-aggressively insulting them in the "Funny or Die" web series.
Obama touted his health care overhaul, asking Galifianakis if he had heard of HealthCare.gov and insisting it "works great now." He then told a seemingly bored Galifianakis how young people can get covered for what it costs to "pay their cell phone bill" every month.
"Is this what they mean by drones?" Galifianakis asked.