From the Archives: President Obama Hosts a Twitter Town Hall

One year ago today, July 6, 2011, President Obama participated in the first-ever Twitter Town Hall held at the White House. The event, which was moderated by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, was an opportunity for people across the Twitterverse to send questions directly to the President on topics that were important to them – including health care, the economy, education, and even space exploration.

Watch as President Obama becomes the first President to "live tweet" from the East Room of the White House:

 You can see the full list of questions President Obama answered during the event here.

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