With some of the highest approval ratings in politics right now and life advice that can get you out of even the deepest slump, first lady Michelle Obama is a calming presence in the middle of a turbulent time for politics. You might have noticed she's been on a bit of a press tour lately, but we think it reached its peak last night on "The Late Show" with Steven Colbert.
During the interview, Michelle gave us a glimpse into what family life is like over at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. She revealed to Steven that older daughter Malia likes to ask POTUS about his day once they sit down for dinner every night. Michelle and younger daughter Sasha tend to roll their eyes at this, however; they would rather talk about their favorite Beyonce track at the end of the day. This recounting of family dynamics led Steven to ask Michelle if she can do a good impression of Barack, to which she responded with a hilariously good imitation (skip to 5:11 if you just want to hear her best Barack).
Michelle wasn't just there for laughs though. The first lady is using her last few months in office to promote Let Girls Learn, a program launched by the Obamas last year to help adolescent girls across the world gain access to quality education. She talked with Steven about the program's past successes and where she hopes to see it go in the future. Oh, and she also had a little something to say about the Melania Plagiarism Scandal.
Let's give it up for FLOTUS and her hilarious White House stories.