Is John black (or white)?
Yes he is black.
No he is not (black).
I don’t see how can the question be truth-apt and what use is there in assigning (or even being able to assign) a truth-value to the question besides denying the "wrong/false/inconsistent" questions a direct answer.
Is Barack Obama white? Regularly we would assign the Possitive answer a Negative Truth-Value and the Negative answer a Positive Truth-Value (it is supposed to be common knowledge that Obama is black).
What is the colour of Tuesday? can be genuinely answered with. Days are not assigned a colour or Days are not related to a colour. Sometimes in weather forecasts or in specific fields Days are in fact assigned a colour Deep Blue can mean Heavy Rain Red can mean Hot or it can be related to capital Markets Investments etc.
Why even say the question is “wrong”? What are the metaphysics of Questions’ truth-values and their (of the specific truth-values) implications in epistemology/gnosiology/philosophy of science?
People even emphasize the "premise" of the question as if it held any value in a question when a question doesn't seem to need or depend upon a premise's veracity/truth-value (there is no meaning in "premise of a question").