French President Francois Hollande was the Obama's guest of honor at a lavish state dinner in Washington D.C. on Tuesday. The dinner concluded Hollande's official visit to the United States, an ambitious trip that was intended to strengthen relations between both countries.
Obama and Hollande tackled major topics such as a a crucial new U.S.-European trade deal, Iran's nuclear program and the crisis in Syria. Yet somehow the American media chose another angle to focus their coverage of Hollande on. Jon Stewart explains.