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Play Hardball with Chris Matthews and President Obama!

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By The Hardball Staff

Got a question for President Obama? Now is your chance to ask him.

Hardball host Chris Matthews will sit down for a Q&A with the commander-in-chief on Thursday at American University in Washington, D.C.  During the town hall-style interview, Obama will also answer students’ questions, in addition to some of yours, via the official “Let’s Play Hardball” group on msnbc.com.

Obama’s interview with Matthews comes following the rocky rollout of HealthCare.gov, an interim nuclear deal with Iran, renewed calls for immigration reform, and with new budget negotiations on the horizon.

Matthews will discuss a number of topics with Obama, including voter suppression, healthcare, political gridlock in D.C., growing dissatisfaction with the government and more. The interview will air on Thursday evening’s Hardball at 7 p.m. ET.

What do you want to ask the president? Here’s how to join the conversation.

1. Join the Let’s Play Hardball group.

2. To submit your question for President Obama, leave a comment on this post (here’s a guide on how to leave a comment). When posting your comment, make sure to choose the option to post your comment to the “Let’s Play Hardball” group.

3. Don’t forget to keep your comments and questions respectful, in line with the msnbc.com community rules.

If you haven’t already signed up to create a profile on msnbc.com, you’ll be prompted to do so when you post your question. Click here for a step-by-step guide.

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Play Hardball with Chris Matthews and President Obama!

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