CNN’S JAKE TAPPER TO HOST TOWN HALL WITH PRESIDENT OBAMA SEPT. 28
ONE-HOUR EVENT WILL COVER MILITARY, VETERANS AND NATIONAL SECURITY ISSUES
CNN announced today that the network will host the CNN Presidential Town Hall: America’s Military and the Commander in Chief, with President Obama on Wednesday Sept. 28 at 9pmET.
CNN anchor and chief Washington correspondent Jake Tapper will sit down with the President to discuss veterans, national security and foreign policy issues impacting the US military. President Obama will field questions from the audience made up of veterans, active duty service members and the military community.
The one-hour primetime event will take place in Fort Lee, Va., home of the Combined Arms Support Command.
The town hall will air on CNN, CNN International and CNN en Espanol and will be streamed online and across mobile devices via CNNgo.
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