First Lady Michelle Obama got the in-studio crowd at CBS’ “The Late Show” roaring when she whipped out her impression of President Barack Obama.
Sitting down with host Stephen Colbert, the first lady described how a typical family dinner at the White House can quickly turn into a professorial lecture if one of her daughters gets the president started on a political topic.
“All three of us have good impressions of Barack,” Michelle Obama said.
The first lady acted out a typical dinner scene in which Malia Obama asks her dad a question about climate change.
“Sasha and I are like, ‘Don’t get him started.’ And he’ll say, ‘Well, I’m glad you asked that. Let me just answer that in three points,” Obama said. “One, and then one-A, and then one-A and B.”
She added: “It’s usually dinner time. That’s the time when unless Malia asks him about his work — which we try not to have her do — it’s all about the kids.”
Watch the impression and full interview below, via CBS:
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