Jay-Z, Beyonce, and President Obama at the 40/40 Club
Tonight, U.S. President Barack Obama is slated to address America from the Oval Office via a live stream on YouTube, a speech during which he is expected to announce the end of the U.S. combat role in Iraq.
Before you check out the live stream tonight at 8 p.m. EST, YouTube is offering you the opportunity to ask the White House follow-up questions via its Moderator function. The speech will also be stored on YouTube’s CitizenTube, should you happen to miss it tonight. Check out the above video from the YouTube Blog for more info.
If only we could get other live events (cough, cough, NFL where are you, cough, cough) to stream online.
This is one of those moments that you’ll be telling your kids about. Barack Obama is the 44th President of the United States.
I’m a little late with this. In related news, Obama will name Hillary Clinton as his Secretary of State during a news conference in Chicago tomorrow at 10:40am ET.
You can read the transcript at the NY Times.