President Obama appears in a BuzzFeed video in which he makes silly faces, uses the slang term "YOLO" ("you only live once") and even snaps some photos with a selfie stick.

Some say the video is a good way for the president to connect with young Americans and remind people of the upcoming deadline to sign up for ObamaCare, while critics maintain this is no way for the leader of free world to act.

Chuck Rocha asserted on "America's News Headquarters" that if you already like Obama, then you'll think the video is great, and if you don't like him, then you will think it's totally disrespectful and inappropriate.

Leland Vittert said that this could be interpreted as Obama not taking his job seriously, as it appears this video was taken on the same day that Obama learned that Kayla Mueller died.

Vittert drew a parallel between that and Obama going golfing immediately after talking about the brutal beheading of James Foley.

Angela McGlowan said she understands the president's desire to connect with millenials, but it's unacceptable behavior in the Oval Office and for the president of the United States.

Watch the clip above and see the controversial BuzzFeed video below.