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WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will make history yet again as he gears up for the first ever Twitter town hall meeting on Wednesday, July 6th at 12 p.m ET.

The president will be answering questions on the economy and jobs via a live web cast. Previously, he held town halls hosted by and broadcasted on Facebook and YouTube.

Obama has promised to begin to personally tweet from his account leading up to the 2012 Presidential Election.

Submit a question for Obama’s upcoming Twitter town hall by tweeting a question that includes the hashtag #AskObama. The president’s answers will be live streamed on next week.



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