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Feb 11, 2013 Comments Off littlebytes

Excerpted Mashable:

President Barack Obama will answer questions in a Google-powered “Fireside Hangout” Thursday, two days after he delivers this year’s State of the Union address.

Obama’s Google Hangout is scheduled for Thursday at 4:50 p.m. ET. It will stream live on the White House’s Google+ profile as well as its YouTube channel, according to Google.

If you have a question for Obama, you can submit it to the White House YouTube channel by 11:59 p.m. ET Wednesday evening. You can also vote on questions submitted by others.

Thursday will mark the second time Obama has done a post-State of the Union Google Hangout. During his first Google Hangout last January, the president received questions on immigration reform, drones and technology policy:



What would you like to ask Obama during his Google Hangout session? What questions do you think he will answer?

Do you think he will answer any questions on Benghazi?

I know what I’d like to say to him, but I don’t think they would allow my submission.

Submit your questions to the White House for a chance to hear his response.