While things are heating up in the Republican Party’s primary season, First Lady Michelle Obama paid a visit to “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” last night (January 31).
Mrs. Obama chatted with Leno on her husband President Barack Obama’s upcoming re-election campaign, and the stresses that come with it.
"There's really no way to prepare for it. You know, you just take each day as it comes. I think, Barack and I, our motto is, you try to do the best job we can do every single day and the hope is that will speak for itself. So, you know, we wake up everyday, we think about what this country needs."
Michelle also shared that her daughters Sasha and Malia have adjusted to life in the White House quite nicely. "They're doing really well and I think that's been one of the most surprising things about living in the White House and probably one of the things I've worried most about was whether we could have a normal life.”
"The people at the White House are amazing, the girls are good, they're normal, we always check in, they have a regular life. They've got friends and sleepovers, and to them its home. It's been truly a blessing for us.”