Donald Trump Roast Is Obama's Most-Watched Speech on YouTube

President Obama at the White House Correspondents Association Dinner on April 30

Meanwhile, his Osama bin Laden address has become the White House's most-watched video on its official YouTube channel.

President Obama's White House Correspondents Association address  -- in which he roasted Donald Trump -- has been watched 7.2 million times on YouTube.

As pointed out by the New York Times, that makes it the president's most-viewed speech on YouTube, beating his April 2008 campaign speech about race titled "A More Perfect Union," which has been viewed 6.8 million times.

The 19-minute address was posted by C-Span.

Meanwhile, Obama's May 1 announcement that Osama bin Laden had been killed by U.S. forces has been watched nearly 5.4 million times on YouTube.

According to the Times, that's more than twice as many views as any other video posted on the White House's official YouTube channel, which features about 1,900 videos.

The bin Laden address is nine minutes long.