Following President Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday night, there was a live panel featuring senior White House advisors answering your questions about the speech (I didn’t know either). For those that missed the opportunity to get your questions answered, miss no more: On Wednesday, Thursday & Friday, a group of policy experts and advisors to the President will sit down for Office Hours on Twitter — discussing the issues that matter to you and your community.
The specifics: Friday, January 27 at 2PM EST (10am PST), Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications and Speechwriting, will be answering questions regarding foreign policy. We thought this would be a perfect opportunity to weigh in with questions about the LRA.
Submit questions via Twitter, using the hashtag #WHchat and follow the conversation at the @WHLive Twitter account. You can find more information, including the full line-up of Advisors and topics here.
In addition, on Monday, January 30, President Obama will join the conversation in a special Google+ Hangout, a live multi-person video chat, from the White House. Participating in the Hangout is easy – just visit the White House YouTube channel to submit your questions and vote for your favorites between now and January 28. A few participants will be chosen to join the President in the Google+ Hangout to ask their questions of the President live. Cool beans.
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