Obama on with Piolin

obama-piolin.jpgOn Monday, the national audience for Eddie “Piolin” Sotelo’s morning radio show heard President Barack Obama answer questions for 21 minutes. That was the reason Obama went to Glendale after last week's campaign appearances at USC. Before the president's interview, KPCC's Adolfo Guzman-Lopez writes,"Piolin and his morning crew were up to their usual on-air mix of potty humor and sexual innuendo. For the commander-in-chief’s visit, Piolin entirely switched his language and mood. 'Thank you for coming Mr. President,' Piolin said. 'It is great to be here Piolin,' replied Obama." Radio story

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