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Monday, February 8, 2016

What a Happy Couple.. soo in Love...it's Obvious Watch President Obama's Super Bowl 2016 interview video



http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2016/2/7/10928832/super-bowl-2016-obama-interview-video-cbs


Here is link to watch: http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2016/2/7/10928832/super-bowl-2016-obama-interview-video-cbs


CBS This Morning co-anchor Gayle King interviewed President Obama and the First Lady on Sunday before Super Bowl 50.

The annual pregame interview with President Barack Obama had a little bit of a different flair this year, as part of the four hours of CBS pregame coverage of Super Bowl 50 between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers.
This year, the President is joined by his wife, First Lady Michelle Obama. The duo was interviewed by Gayle King, co-anchor of CBS This Morning and editor-at-large of O, the Oprah Winfrey magazine.
On Sunday, the Obamas reminisced with King over memories during their time in the White House. At one point, Obama exclaimed "That's so sweet!" when King pulled out a photograph from 2008. The interview largely focused on the Obamas' relationship and how they've grown over the past seven years, as well as giving advice for whichever family occupies the White House after Barack's term is up, almost like it was an episode of The Newlywed Game.
Of course, King had to ask the president for his Super Bowl prediction. Obama has a history of not picking a winner for Sunday's game, but Gayle King switched it up by giving him a pen and paper for him to circle who he thinks will win the game. The paper was then tucked in an envelope to be kept secret until Monday on CBS This Morning. It remains to be seen what he picked, or if he circled anything at all.