Michelle Obama to Chat with Larry King The Night After The Presidential Debate

michelle obamaBy Ane Howard

NEW YORK(RUSHPRNEWS)10/07/08-The next possible First Lady of the United States sits down with Larry King for an intimate and what is being touted by CNN as a “revealing” interview on Larry King Live, Wednesday, October 8, the night after the Presidential debate.

Michelle Obama is to answer questions sent by viewers, and chat with Larry King about the upcoming election, Sarah Palin, her life as a potential First Lady of the United States, service to the community, motherhood, marriage and other hot topics.  Presidential candidate, Barack Obama sat down with Larry King this past July.

Senator McCain was previously scheduled to appear on Larry King Live but canceled a scheduled interview with Larry King due to an unfriendly segment on September 1 on CNN — the segment we flagged where the network’s Campbell Brown grilled McCain spokesperson Tucker bounds over Sarah Palin’s lack of foreign policy experience.

CNN reported that the McCain campaign complained that Campbell Brown’s grilling of Tucker Bounds over Sarah Palin’s lack of foreign policy experience was “over the line.”  McCain, despite earlier report has not rescheduled an appearance on Larry King Live, and is not set to appear.

Larry King past interviews include:
• Director OLIVER STONE on the election and his new movie about the life of President Bush
• Comedian and activist CHRIS ROCK on the hot issues in politics
• BILL CLINTON on Obama, Palin
• Exclusive: Iranian PRESIDENT AHMADINEJAD on nuclear arms, the Iraq war and more
• JOY BEHAR on her interviews with Democratic and GOP politicians
• DONALD TRUMP endorses McCain
• MEGHAN MCCAIN on her father’s campaign
• CHUCK NORRIS and panel on lipstick politics
• Is JOHN MCCAIN changing his tune on the issue of troop withdrawal in Iraq?
• BARACK OBAMA sits down with Larry to discuss the issues facing every American!

For 50 years, King has consistently made headlines with such high-profile guests as Tony Blair, Marlon Brando, George H.W. Bush and Barbara Bush, President George W. Bush and Laura Bush, Johnny Carson, Jimmy Carter and Roslyn Carter, Bill Clinton and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, Bette Davis, Sammy Davis Jr., Mark “Deep Throat” Felt, Gerald Ford and Betty Ford, Jackie Gleason, Mikhail Gorbachev, Billy Graham, Audrey Hepburn, Bob Hope, L.Ron Hubbard, Michael Jordan, Bobby Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Jr., Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Ken Lay, Monica Lewinsky, Madonna, Sir Paul McCartney, Richard Nixon and Pat Nixon, Al Pacino, Marianne Pearl, Prince, Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan, Eleanor Roosevelt, Pete Rose, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Martha Stewart, Elizabeth Taylor, Margaret Thatcher, Oprah Winfrey and Malcolm X.

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