Barack & Michelle Obama on Barbara Walters: breaking the blackberry bubble, turning the White House green, chores for the girls, Thanksgiving plans. Video.

Via on Nov 27, 2008

A great, cute, wise interview (if you’re into the whole leadership/hope/frankness thing). Here’s the link (embed doesn’t seem to be an option). Ah, youtube’s got it:

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5 Responses to “Barack & Michelle Obama on Barbara Walters: breaking the blackberry bubble, turning the White House green, chores for the girls, Thanksgiving plans. Video.”

  1. Todd says:

    Best part: during part 6 they get talking about the dog, especially about Barbara Walters’ dog: Obama: “Is it a yappy dog?… It looks like a girly dog.”

    Mrs. Obama: “Well, we’re girls.” :D

  2. Todd says:

    The more I watch them together, the happier and more proud I get that they are our First Family.

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