The White House YouTube Channel’s Top 10 of 2010

Ed. Note: In case you missed it, check out the White House blog’s Top 10 of 2010.

Take a look back at the top ten most viewed videos of 2010 from the White House YouTube channel. You can stay up to date with the latest White House videos by subscribing to the White House YouTube channel.

1. President Obama and Jay Leno at White House Correspondents Dinner

President Obama and Jay Leno trade jokes at the 2010 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner in Washington, D.C.

2. President Obama: It Gets Better

As part of the It Gets Better Project, President Obama shares his message of hope and support for LGBT youth who are struggling with being bullied.

3. President Obama at Michigan Commencement

President Obama speaks at the 2010 University of Michigan commencement ceremony in Ann Arbor, MI.

4. The 2010 State of the Union Address

President Obama speaks about restoring security for middle class families after a lost decade of declining wages, eroding retirement security and escalating health care and tuition costs.

5. President Obama Honors Paul McCartney

The President hails Paul McCartney's contribution to popular music and song during a ceremony to present the singer with the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize.

6. President Obama's Oval Office Address on BP Oil Spill & Energy

The President addresses the American people from the Oval Office for the first time on the ongoing Administration-wide response to the BP oil spill and America's clean energy future.

7. Vice President Biden on Rep. Joe Barton's Apology to BP

Vice President Joe Biden responds to Joe Barton's statements about BP during a White House Press Briefing.

8. Clinton Bush Haiti Fund PSA

Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush urge everyone to help the people of Haiti after the devastating January 12th earthquake.

9. Behind-the-Scenes Look: Time-Lapse Of The White House Christmas Tree

Watch a behind-the-scenes time lapse of the official White House Christmas Tree in the Blue Room of the White House, showing the work and energy that goes into decorating the White House for the holidays.

10. Weekly Address: Merry Christmas from the President & First Lady

President Obama and the First Lady wish families across the country a "Merry Christmas" and encourage everyone to support the troops and their families this holiday season.

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