Obama to host town hall meeting through LinkedIn

Sep 21, 2011

(AP) -- President Barack Obama is again turning to a social networking website to host a town hall meeting.

The White House says Obama will be in the San Francisco Bay area city of Mountain View on Monday to answer questions about jobs and the economy that are posted to the professional network LinkedIn.

The White House announced the meeting on Tuesday. It did not disclose an exact time for the event but said it will be broadcast live on LinkedIn and the White House's website.

The White House has already begun accepting questions at its LinkedIn page.

Obama has previously hosted town hall meetings through and .

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