Today, President Barack Obama held a live Q & A session from Nashville, Tenessee to answer questions about health care and the Affordable Healthcare Act on Twitter using the hashtag #AskPotus. Among the normal run-of-the-mill questions, some of the questions were lighthearted in nature.
Here are some of President Obama's unexpected answers during his Q & A session.
Our president has eclectic taste in music.
was listening to outkast/liberation and the black keys/lonely boy this morning. https://t.co/1DP6CRdwlm— President Obama (@POTUS) July 1, 2015
White House staff photographer Pete Souza lets us know POTUS prefers tea over coffee.
Tea. He doesn't drink coffee. https://t.co/W6W3u0xxgf— petesouza (@petesouza) July 1, 2015
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POTUS respects The New York Times, but disagrees on peas in guacamole. We agree with him.
respect the nyt, but not buying peas in guac. onions, garlic, hot peppers. classic. https://t.co/MEEI8QHH1V— President Obama (@POTUS) July 1, 2015
President Obama is excited to have Jimmy Butler back on the Chicago Bulls.
butler's a great player on o and d; let's sign him up long term. go bulls! https://t.co/IqbyUmcbmJ— President Obama (@POTUS) July 1, 2015
Some words of advice for aspiring politicians...
have principles and issues you are passionate about, and act; worry more about doing something than being something. https://t.co/QqbgflhXDY— President Obama (@POTUS) July 1, 2015