Thursday, July 7, 2011

Obama responds to Twitter users from the White House

The U.S. president, Barack Obama responded Wednesday to questions from Twitter users. Obama has done from the East Room of the White House, under the watchful eyes of some users choose to attend as an audience. The event has been called Townhall Inspired by encounters between politicians and citizens in municipalities, and has eased one of the founders of Twitter, Jack Dorsey.

Users of the social network of 140 characters have previously been able to ask the U.S. president using the hashtag # askobama. The White House (@ whitehouse) announced the news on Twitter a few weeks ago and suggested users to send their questions about the economy and employment.

The event was broadcast on account @ townhall. The White House has been up all details to make sure that there was no any problem at the hearing. The President has not tweeting and limited to answering questions from users, so that the limit of 140 characters has become a problem, at least for Obama.

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