President Obama is visiting the Florida Panhandle today. It's his fourth visit to the region since oil started gushing from a ruptured deepwater well in April. He is making comments at the Pensacola Naval Air Station in the 11am ET hour before heading back to Washington to address the nation tonight. Listen to what he has to say and share your thoughts about how President Obama has been handling the Gulf oil disaster. We'll read some of them on the air between 11am ET and 1pm ET.
From CNN intern Emily Landrieu
After weeks of interviews and pep talks from government officials, the American people are looking for answers.
Tonight, as we near the two-month mark, the President will address the nation about the oil spill in the Gulf.
After spending two straight days in the Gulf States, we should expect President Obama to discuss a number of topics from wildlife restoration to victims' compensation.
So, tell us - what do you want to hear from the President tonight that would put you at ease?
We’ll share some of your thoughts during the 10 o’clock hour of CNN Newsroom.