Source: Alex Fitzpatrick / Mashable
U.S. President Barack Obama will be answering questions in a Google+ Hangout on Monday evening.
The president, who has previously participated in digital town halls for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, will be hanging out at the White House’s Google+ page from 5:30 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. ET. Obama will be tackling YouTube users’ questions that received the most votes from fellow users.
More than 225,000 people submitted or voted on questions, and six of those participants will be invited to join the live conversation with Obama. The deadline for submitting questions has passed, but anyone can watch the discussion from the White House’s recently-opened Google+ page or on the White House YouTube channel.
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