President Barack Obama tells Oprah Winfrey he wants to be a president who restores people's belief in the American Dream.
The President and First Lady Michelle Obama taped an episode of the "The Oprah Winfrey Show'' last week to help their friend and political supporter end her 25-year run on a high note. The show airs nationally Monday.
President Obama sat down with Winfrey in Chicago hours after releasing his long-form birth certificate.
"Reality TV is seeping into how we think about our politics," he said, referring to potential GOP contender Donald Trump, who forced the so-called birther issue.
Mr. and Mrs. Obama also shared some personal moments, including their daughter Malia starting to do her own laundry.
"The Oprah Winfrey Show" goes off the air May 25. Execs announced last week it will tape a free show on May 17 at the United Center titled "Surprise Oprah! A Farewell Spectacular."
The taping will include "some of the biggest names in movies, music and television in a one-time-only gathering to celebrate the 25-year legacy [of the show]," but Winfrey won't know who's due to show up before they arrive on stage.