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Obama Hangs Around the Morning After to Cozy Up to Young Hollywood

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President Obama and his administration know what they’re doing when it comes to courting young voters, and so it’s no surprise that during his quick visit to L.A. this week, he stopped off to have breakfast with a group of youthful actors.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the meeting took place yesterday at the Beverly Hilton, and included Jeremy Renner, Dianna Agron, Jessica Alba, Zach Braff and Jared Leto. The president apparently urged them to get involved in his campaign, as part of a self-explanatory initiative being called the "Young America Effort."

Afterwards, a lot of them took to Twitter to gush:

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And Alba is already doing her duty as a Young American by RT-ing the president to her over 3 million followers: