File Photo: First Lady meeting at the White House last month with Cabinet Leaders and lawmakers.
Tomorrow the First Lady rolls out her much anticipated campaign to fight childhood obesity with a media blitz that starts in the morning on ABC's Good Morning America, a White House reception with Cabinet Secretaries, and ends with an interview on CNN's Larry King Live, where the First Lady will take questions from the audience.
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First Lady Michelle Obama is planning an elaborate unveiling on Tuesday of the anti-childhood obesity drive she is leading.
Mrs. Obama's East Wing said she will be "joined by members of the president's cabinet, as well as media, sports, entertainment, and business leaders," plus mayors, member of the medical community and others at the White House event. On Tuesday evening, Mrs. Obama will sit down with CNN's Larry King for an interview about obesity and her first year as first lady. She will take questions from viewers.
"Over the past three decades, childhood obesity rates in America have tripled; nearly one third of children in America are now overweight or obese," the East Wing said in a statement. "The First Lady will announce the elements of the nationwide campaign, which will put us on track to solve the problem of childhood obesity in a generation."