President, Michelle Obama's First Post-Election Interview

The president and first lady tell Barbara Walters about intimate moments of the campaign.
1:27 | 12/26/12

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There first interview since the election president and mrs. Obama sat down with Barbara Walters. In this moment from their wide ranging conversation the first couple is revealing intimate moments from the campaign trail. Hasn't mrs. Obama -- a photograph that view that went viral became the most shed photograph in the history. To protect. Here this. That's when you look at this picture what do you think -- -- like this attention. I think we're campaigning in Iowa so why you hugging himself harder because I -- my -- well and also I hadn't seen him in awhile I mean you know when you're campaigning may have weakened to ships passing in the night. And the first time my -- when I walked on stage to. To freedom and that's money -- given me. I didn't hugs how -- -- keep the -- -- from her her that's a good question -- she did you know. Remember now twenty years. And -- merge I think you know you have your ups and have your downs but if you worked through the tough times. The respect and love that you feel deepens. And then there's a lot of laughter -- now do you have funny. And a favorite -- most everybody pensions. I was funnier than people think. That we think that you may be -- I think -- Are you can see all of Barbara's interview with the first couple tonight on Nightline.

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