Highlights from Mayor Kenney's first Twitter Q&A

Jim Kenney held his first Twitter chat as mayor Friday afternoon to answer questions ranging from absurd  to important with everything you can imagine in between. 

Streaking, Donald Trump, and Doug Pederson were all topics touched on during the one-hour chat in which Kenney fielded about 20 questions of more than 100 thrown his way.

Kenney took the questions from his office with his director of communications Lauren Hitt, deputy mayor of policy and legislation Jim Engler, and digital director Stephanie Waters sitting nearby. He held several #AskKenney Twitter sessions when he campaigned for mayor and says there’s more to come now that he’s here.

He (sort of) answered some important policy questions.

He answered some of the lighter queries...

We learned a bit about his taste in music when The Philly Pops asked for his favorite bands and singers...

He talked about the presidential campaigns…

He predicted the demise of Chris Christie's 2016 presidential aspirations

And said it's too soon to judge Doug Pederson

In addition to more Twitter Q&As, the mayor will also appear monthly on 900-AM WURD where he'll take listener questions for 30 minutes beginning 6 p.m. February 9. Callers can dial 215-634-8065 during that time to get their questions answered.

Kenney will also answer questions on Philadelphia Public Access Channel 64 starting Feb. 25 at 7:30 p.m. Questions can be emailed to James.Kenney@phila.gov or mailed to the Mayor at City Hall, Office 215, Philadelphia 19107.

He will answer reader submitted questions in a different neighborhood newspaper each month starting with the Northeast Times Feb. 17. Interested residents should submit questions to the Times at pronews@bsmphilly.com by Feb. 12.

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