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President and First Lady to Sit Down With Barbara Walters Tonight on ABC's 20/20

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President and First Lady to Sit Down With Barbara Walters Tonight on ABC's 20/20

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will sit down with Barbara Walters at the White House for their first joint interview since the President's re-election. This fourth annual holiday interview airs on 20/20 on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14 (10-11pm, ET) on the ABC Television Network as well as all ABC News programs and platforms.

ABC News' acclaimed series "20/20" has distinguished itself as one of the most esteemed news programs in broadcast journalism. Amid the heated, competitive environment of primetime entertainment, "20/20" has demonstrated its ability to consistently attract a significant segment of the viewing audience by offering viewers more choices and more chances to learn about the world around them.

For over three decades, "20/20" has continued to combine hard-hitting investigative reports, newsmaker interviews and compelling human interest and feature stories that have changes lives.

The program is co-anchored by the broadcast team of Elizabeth Vargas and Christopher Cuomo, both award-winning journalists.


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