The Carters on Sharing a Bed in the White House

ABC's Barbara Walters asks President Jimmy Carter and first lady Rosalyn Carter about sharing a bed.
0:49 | 11/26/13

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I don't know how to act if I want to fast but when president mrs. Ford can't quite as there was all -- who -- -- -- bringing their own that I think people was so shocked that they wanted to sleep in the same mostly in the -- that would you be bringing your own bed. -- Purdue has gotten -- had approached by his bed and in the cabinet statement and in second Frenchman spent. So I assume then that you will be sharing a room. Here Arafat and bedroom will be bedroom behavior for recreation something it's -- it changes to thirty used for. You're leaving -- that from here. Now you have used to reduce what. -- -- -- -- -- You're not embarrassed I am. Well I don't care if -- not I don't know how do you sleep but don't bet it find it. Double -- loosen.

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