Keith Olbermann hosted Julio Osegueda on "Countdown" Tuesday night, where the college student discussed his reaction to President Obama's answer and the internship and broadcasting offers he's received since his scene-stealing moment at Obama's Fort Myers town hall Tuesday afternoon.
"I was truly blessed," Osegueda said. "The answer that Mr. President Obama gave me was such a motivation that made me feel as if success is around the corner."
Osegueda said he has received an internship offer and has been invited to provide color commentary at the home opener for local baseball team the Fort Myers Miracle.
Osegueda also said that he gave his extra ticket to a friend when he realized that selling it was wrong.
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