Obamas make joint talk show appearance on 'The View'

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President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle have made a joint-appearance on American network ABC's talk show 'The View'.

Mr Obama revealed that he missed teaching, but that his priority was to win a second term in the White House.

President Obama lectured at the University of Chicago's law school for 12 years before he joined the Senate.

His appearance with the first lady is seen as an appeal to women voters, with the pair also discussing the idea of Mrs Obama running for office.

The taped programme, to be broadcast on Tuesday, will be followed a few hours later by Mitt Romney's wife, Ann, who is due to appear on Jay Leno's "Tonight Show" on NBC.

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