Michelle Obama on “Colbert Report”: Light Satire for a Serious Subject

First Lady Michelle Obama survived Stephen Colbert's satire tonight on "The Colbert Report," as she promoted an issue that Colbert himself has championed, aid to veterans and their families.

Obama appeared on the show on the first anniversary of her Joining Forces initiative, which focuses on military families and the need to find employment for returning soldiers.

Via Mediaite, here's the video from tonight's appearance.

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