Steve Harvey On Hosting Michelle Obama: ‘…Unbelievable Gift’

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Steve Harvey and Michelle Obama discuss she and Barack Obama's 20th Wedding Anniversary on Steve Harvey's New Daytime Show

First Lady Michelle Obama and Steve Harvey

Steve Harvey seems to be loving his new gig as the host of his new daytime television show named after him. Just a few weeks into filming the new show, he taped his most treasured guest in an NBC Chicago studio to date: First Lady Michelle Obama. “It was such an unbelievable gift,” Harvey of the First Lady’s visit on his show. “Of all the shows, she came on mine. That was pretty important, kind of major for me.
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That kind of makes me feel very validated, because some other shows have put in requests for her, and she came here first

On the episode, which airs today on the Obamas’ 20th wedding anniversary, the first lady reveals details about the couple’s early courtship. “We talked about stuff that I never knew: about her husband, their relationship, whether he was romantic or not, the kids one day dating, where they first met, where was the first date,” Harvey says. “We got pictures of where the first kiss was.”

Harvey, an avid supporter of President Obama, encourages millions of the listeners of his morning radio show, to vote for President Obama. “I don’t think that Mitt Romney is a bad guy at all,” Harvey said of Obama’s opponent. “Seems like a nice guy to me. I just don’t think that he’s the guy that should be running the country and giving us direction. I just want a man that’s inclusive of all peopleHell, I happen to be rich myself, but it’s more advantageous to me if middle- and lower-income people are doing better,” he said. “I mean, rich people are always going to do good. Hell, what’s not to do good? I mean rich people are always going to be all right. So let’s stop this foolishness here! What you want to do is, you want to take care of the middle-class and the lower-income people, or whoever hasn’t been as fortunate as you for whatever the reason.” Of President Obama’s credibility for a second term in the White House, Harvey said, “I just think he’s the right man for the job.”