Tuesday, June 30, 2015

What Smerconish plans to ask Obama

The WPHT talk-show host has scored 20 minutes with the president.

What Smerconish plans to ask Obama

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WPHT’s Michael Smerconish will be in the White House Thursday for what is believed to be President Obama’s first live radio interview.

Smerconish, who interviewed Obama three times during the presidential campaign, said questions about health care and the search for Osama Bin Laden will be front and center. There are no rules and no set-ups, he said.

WPHT (1210) will cut into Rush Limbaugh's show at 1:10 p.m. for the 20-minute interview. It also will be shown on MSNBC. 

On today's program, which air on 50 stations, Smerconish was soliciting what he called “pointed but substantive questions from listeners all over the country.”

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