If you missed the news, YouTube has been collecting questions for an after-the-speech interview with US President Obama. It’s the second year of the event and almost 140,000 questions were submitted for the President.
The President took the opportunity to respond to the protests in Egypt for the first time, to address your concerns on jobs, the debt, and health care, and to answer a series of more personal questions that you submitted in video and text over the past few days on YouTube.
All said, the top 5 percent of the questions that were asked made it into the interview. In an interesting timeline happening, we’ll be able to hear President Obama’s views about the Egyptian prostests, as well. So sit back and enjoy.
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