One thing of which this administration is particularly proud is its digital outreach programs, which took another step this week when the White House officially joined Snapchat, just in time for the State of the Union address.
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) January 11, 2016
However, President Obama will log on to good old Twitter tomorrow to interact with the masses and answer any questions that might remain following his final State of the Union.
Pres now heads from Omaha to Baton Rouge where tomorrow he has a Town Meeting then and goes online for a Q&A on @twitter at 1130am/CT.
— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) January 13, 2016
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) January 13, 2016
The president’s history with Twitter Q&As isn’t the best. A session dedicated to Obamacare ended up in a discussion of adding peas to guacamole, and a climate change Q&A answered such scientific queries as, “Will J.R. Smith heat up enough in the finals to destroy the O-Zone and the Warriors?”
Tomorrow’s session seems like a free-for-all and questions are already flooding Twitter, so get your question in now, tagged with #AskPOTUS.
— Ken Rowland (@KenRowland77) January 14, 2016
How does $19 TRILLION in debt make for a robust economy? 92 million are unemployed. Where are the jobs??? #AskPOTUS
— Bill (@soldier4Him) January 13, 2016
#ASKPOTUS when you make community college free will you also be forgiving all federal student loans that paid for community college
— Rachael Jones (@WvRachael) January 14, 2016
— #NeverTrump (@sdxyz2) January 12, 2016
— Thomas D. Hageman II (@ThomastheMarine) January 14, 2016
— Eddie Kaufholz (@EdwardorEddie) January 14, 2016
We all know the president can’t resist a good basketball question.
— Edgar (@mancia_edgar) January 13, 2016