Obamas Visit Second Grade Students

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CBNNews.com  - The president and first lady may be used to taking on reporters, but what about a group of second graders?

President Obama and First Lady Michelle visited students at Capital City Public Charter School in Washington.

The first couple read students a book and then posed for a class picture.

The children asked questions about what it was like to live in the White House.

"You know, it's a nice house," Mrs. Obama said. "There's a bowling ally and a movie theater and there's a florist shop and a place where they make candy and chocolate and I have to keep my kids from going down there."

One student even asked president Obama if he had a favorite superhero.

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