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(Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images) US Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) is seen with his wife Michelle in a family snapshot from their October 18, 1992 wedding day released by Obama's US presidential campaign, February 4, 2008. Barack Obama (D-IL) and his wife Michelle wave during a rally in front of the old historic State Capitol building February 10, 2007 in Springfield, Illinois.(REUTERS/Obama For America/Handout) Senator Barack Obama and Michelle Robinson during The 36th Annual NAACP Image Awards - Arrivals at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California, United States. Obama announced to the crowd that he would seek the Democratic nomination for President.Obama and Michelle twice stepped from of their limousine and out onto Pennsylvania Avenue to walk down the route taking them to the White House. The reception honored women from around the world and their achievements.
President Obama welcomed President Calderon to the White House today for an official state visit that is taking place amid tension over immigration politics and Mexico's deadly drug war.Former first lady Michelle Obama is "hopeful" for the future of the United States, but she said we're currently being "tested."During a speech in Salt Lake City, Utah, Mrs.Obama shared her unfiltered thoughts and reactions to the current state of our nation and the world.RELATED: Barack and Michelle Obama through the years Candidate for the U. Senate Barack Obama (D-IL) (L) holding his daughter Malia with wife Michelle and youngest daughter Sasha (R) celebrate his victory with supporters over Repulican rival Alan Keyes November 2, 2004 in Chicago, Illinois.
Obama was expected to easily defeat Keyes in this first ever senate race featuring two major-party African-American candidates.(Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images) Candidate for the U. Senate Barack Obama (D-IL) sits with his wife Michelle and daughters Sasha (L) and Malia (R) in a hotel room as they wait for election returns to come in November 2, 2004 in Chicago, Illinois.