Scholastic News Interview with President Obama
Jacob Schroeder, a 12-year old from Albuquerque, talked about about his and 10-year old Topanga Sena’s interview for Scholastic News… read more
Jacob Schroeder, a 12-year old from Albuquerque, talked about about his and 10-year old Topanga Sena’s interview for Scholastic News with President Obama at the White House. Jacob talked about questions he asked the president, what it was like doing the interview, and the question he wanted to ask President Obama but did not. A clip of the interview was shown.
The interview marked the first time in Scholastics' decades-long history that members of their kids press corps have spoken with a sitting president. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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