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First Lady Tells Letterman She Feared She Blew Her Cover at Target

Monday, 19 Mar 2012 10:15 PM

 

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NEW YORK — First lady Michelle Obama says she thought for sure her cover was blown during an undercover visit to Target last year when a woman approached her in the detergent aisle.

But the first lady told David Letterman on Monday the woman only wanted help with a package she couldn't reach.

During Obama's visit to the "Late Show with David Letterman" on CBS, Letterman held up a picture of her after she put on sunglasses and a baseball cap to try to visit a Washington-area store last September.

Obama said the woman apparently was oblivious of the fact she had asked a favor of the first lady and said "you didn't have to make it look so easy" after the detergent was retrieved.

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