YouTube interviews President Obama
President Obama will show up on YouTube at 2:30 p.m. ET on Thursday to take questions submitted by the public. The event, moderated by YouTube's news and politics chief Steve Grove, is expected to last 45 minutes.
Nearly 140,000 questions were submitted and rated by YouTube users. The Huffington Post reported earlier Thursday that of the 200 most popular questions, 198 were about the drug war or marijuana -- though it appears many of those questions have now been (pardon the pun) weeded out.
You can watch the interview right here at 2:30 ET:
And here is the video of Obama's first YouTube interview, from Feb. 2, 2010:
| January 27, 2011; 2:12 PM ET
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