President Barack Obama Participate in Fireside Hangouts on Google+

Monday, April 29, 2013

On Thursday, February 14th at 4:50 p.m. EST, President Obama will sit down with Americans from all crosswise the country for a “Fireside Hangout” our 21st century obtains on Franklin D. Roosevelt’s fireside chats. The President will join a live, entirely effective interview from nowhere other than the Roosevelt Room in the White House’s West Wing.

This online occasion comes just days after the State of the Union address, where the President laid out his plan to generate jobs and reinforce the middle class. During the hangout, which is hosted and reasonable by Google, the President will connect with people who are vigorous online to argue the policies and proposals in the speech.

Thursday’s event with the President is the latest in a series of Fireside Hangouts and White House meeting programs on Google+. Last month, Vice President Biden boot off the series with a virtual discussion about dipping gun violence. And after President Obama obtainable his plan to fix our broken migration system, Cecilia Muñoz, Director of the Domestic Policy Council, connected a Fireside Hangout on the issue.

The White House uses Google+, and other social media networks and online tools, to straight connect President Obama and his Administration openly with the American people. Since our inaugural White House hangout with President Obama after the State of the Union in January 2012, the White House has mass hangouts about all from healthy families to small business and advance refinancing to human trafficking.

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