President Obama has granted interviews to YouTube cereal-swimmer GloZell Green and “WTF” podcast host Marc Maron.
But will he submit to a few questions from Georgia middle schooler CJ Pearson?
The black 12-year-old has been making a name for himself, racking up over 1.8 million views on his debut video questioning the president’s love of America.
Now, he’s issuing a challenge to the commander-in-chief: let me interview you!
“I want to talk to you about your vision for this nation,” Pearson says, addressing the president.
“I also want to talk about my vision for my generation with you. Because like you, I want to give my generation some change that they can believe in, Mr. President. I want to give them a future that they can count on,” Pearson says boldly, with a poster of two cats behind him.
“I want to engage in a meaningful discussion with you about the future of this nation and the road we’re on as a country. My generation deserves answers.”
He concludes, “I look forward to your response.”
Pearson posted his video Tuesday night. So far, there’s no reaction from the White House.