Transcript for The Obamas Recall Struggles as Working Parents
President's first the First Lady. Sharing their personal struggles balancing careers with raising kids the revelations as the White House highlights companies with more family friendly policies. Details from ABC's Molly hunter. What I realized that I got hit a personal look at the struggles of being a working mom from America's first mom. On Monday the First Lady and her husband revealed their own challenges as they launched when your two young daughters -- speaking to EDC's Robin Roberts. Michelle Obama said she made it work so why was that the time of the breastfeeding. Mother of a former. So. And I didn't have a baby sitter so are probably took -- into the interview. With -- these revelations part of the daylong White House summit on working family. -- -- Child care workplace flexibility a decent wage these are not -- -- basic needs the president -- expanded access to more flexible work hours and said the US should finally offer paid maternity leave. We should be able to take care of. That he did not endorse any legislation that would make that law he said these issues where personal for him I remember taking the night shift. When Malia was born when -- was more. And being adopted at 21 more and then and change and diapers and and reading them stories and and watching sports center once -- Which I thought was good for their development. We want them to be well rounded. And by the time he was elected Malia and Sasha -- much older so I've ever had there. Meter world leader with the -- stuck to my picks. The First Lady also said America should have a eight female president ASAP but quickly added that her future will not be in politics Matt --
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