WATCH: Kevin Ogle one-on-one with Pres. Obama

Posted on: 9:25 pm, February 21, 2013, by , and , updated on: 11:13am, February 24, 2013

What an honor, no matter your politics, to get invited to interview a sitting president one-on-one.

The time was limited, five to seven minutes, but thanks to 1,000 viewers who emailed their questions, we had plenty to choose from for President Obama.

We found the questions that repeated a theme and seemed to be the most asked and boiled them down to four.

  • Gun control
  • How the impending sequester could affect the thousands of federal employees in Oklahoma
  • Gas prices
  • One surprise question for the president
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  • Kevin Ogle interviewing Pres. Obama. (Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy)

  • The White House

  • Kevin Ogle and First Dog, Bo

  • Kevin Ogle with Pres. Obama

  • Kevin Ogle spending a little time with "Bo," the First Dog of the United States.

  • Producer Natalie Hughes all smiles to meet with Pres. Obama.

  • The White House

  • Kevin Ogle interviewing Transportation Secretary Ray Lahood at White House.

  • Kevin Ogle and photojournalist Joe B. at White House.

  • Producer Natalie Hughes at White House.

  • Kevin Ogle at White House

  • Producer Natalie Hughes at a White House briefing.

  • Kevin Ogle and photojournalist Joe B. at White House gate.

  • "Bo."

  • First Lady Michelle Obama's garden

  • Producer Natalie Hughes in front of the White House.

  • Kevin Ogle on White House lawn with "Bo."

  • Kevin Ogle preparing questions for Pres. Obama

  • Kevin Ogle at White House

  • The White House

  • Kevin Ogle flying to meet with Pres. Obama in DC.

  • Kevin Ogle at White House

  • News Channel 4 at the White House

Our Commander-in-Chief answered those questions with comments ranging from limiting high-capacity magazine clips, demanding congress to work with him on his balanced budget to avoid sequestration, talking about China and India causing the demand for oil and hence gas prices to go up….and a laugh about that fourth question mentioned.

“You know his mother and his grandmother still live in this area and I had a chance to see him when he was here,” Pres. Obama said.

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