The first lady talked about her campaign ‘Let Girls Learn’.
The tradition of previous presidential spouses has been kept alive by Michelle Obama. The first lady is prepared to share her advice with the next first lady or first gentleman. Michelle Obama dropped in on ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ on Monday night.
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Taking a break from the action at the United Nations, she was promoting her ‘Let Girls Learn’ campaign. She joked with Colbert about state dinners and the next first family who could occupy the White House.
Colbert asked whether the first lady would leave any letter for the next first lady or first gentleman. Laura Bush had left such a letter for Michelle Obama upon leaving the White House. The first lady replied that she would tell them to follow their passion.
Colbert also took the opportunity to prod Obama about not getting an invitation to the state dinner. The state dinner was for the Chinese President. Recently Colbert attended a state dinner for French President Francois Hollande.
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Colbert also asked the first lady about her international campaign for education equality. The campaign looks to help adolescent girls complete their education. Colbert also highlighted his own advocacy on the issue at the Global Citizens Festival in New York.