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What Would You Ask Obama?

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What do you think President Obama should be asked at his next press conference?

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Ari Melber
Ari Melber
Ari Melber is The Nation's Net movement correspondent, covering politics, law, public policy and new media,...

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Submit your questions below, in text or video format; view other people's questions and vote for the ones you think are most important.

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