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The Tweeter-in-Chief: @POTUS Hosts a Twitter Q&A in Baton Rouge

After delivering his final State of the Union address, President Obama took to Twitter to answer questions from people around the country

President Obama took to Twitter to engage Americans on the real progress we've made to move our country forward and discuss how we can continue taking action to address the challenges and opportunities in the years ahead. After a town hall at McKinley High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the President answered your #AskPOTUS questions on a range of topics. From college affordability and gun violence, to climate change and campaign finance reform, the President touched on many of the important issues facing Americans right now.

President Obama answers questions during a Twitter Q&A in Baton Rouge.
President Barack Obama participates in a Twitter Q&A at McKinley High School in Baton Rouge, La., Jan. 14, 2016. Press Secretary Josh Earnest, Alex Wall, Director of Online Engagement, and Jason Goldman, Chief Digital Officer, join the President. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Want to know what the President's favorite memory is from his time in office? Or who he'd pick on the basketball court given the choices of Kobe, Jordan, or LeBron? Check out today's Q&A below, and be sure to follow President Obama on Twitter at @POTUS.