Send Katty Kay your State of the Union questions

BBC Washington correspondent Katty Kay

US President Barack Obama gave his annual State of the Union address on Tuesday evening.

Join BBC World News America presenter Katty Kay for a live Twitter chat on Wednesday morning at 10:00 local time (15:00 GMT)

Katty will take your questions about what Mr Obama discussed in his State of the Union speech and what to expect over the next year in Washington DC.

She will answer your questions directly from her Twitter account @KattyKayBBC.

Here is how you can take part:

  • On Twitter, tweet your question using the hash tag #AskBBCKatty
  • On Facebook, send your question through the BBC World News Page

To follow the Q&A live, go to Katty's Twitter page. You need not have used Twitter before nor have a Twitter account to see it. Just click this link.

When the session has ended, we will collect the questions and answers and publish them on this page.

Although Katty will answer as many questions as she can, she will not get to all of them.

Questions may be edited for brevity.

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