Obama Turns to Twitter to Answer Fiscal Cliff Questions

President Barack Obama, trying to win support for his tax and spending proposals, said he will take questions on Twitter at 11 am PST today about the fiscal cliff.

“Good to see lots of folks on twitter speaking out on extending middle class tax cuts. I’ll answer some Qs on that at 2ET. Ask w/ #My2k -bo,” the president said in a tweet sent out from the official White House Twitter account at about 12:30 p.m. Mr. Obama signs his tweets with his initials, BO.

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