NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – During a question and answer session with Barack Obama Wednesday a Tennessee man asked the president if there was anything he could do to help him after his social security had been denied several times.
After telling President Obama that Davy Crockett was in fact his real name, the Tennessee resident whose social security has been denied four times asked, “Is there anything you can do to push it through, or something?”
The president responded by promising he would help get the answers to his question. See pictures from President Obama’s visit here.
“I don’t run the Social Security Office, but if I ask a question, I tend to get an answer pretty quick,” President Obama said. “So what we’re going to do is we’re going to get your information Davey and I’ll make sure the Social Security Administration takes a look at it and expedites it.”
President Obama spoke for just over an hour at Taylor Stratton Elementary School in Madison. During the time he answered a handful of questions from attendees.