First lady Michelle ObamaMichelle ObamaTrump gets royal welcome during 'tremendous' Saudi Arabia visit Melania and Ivanka Trump choose not to wear headscarves on Saudi trip Robin Wright: 'Trump has stolen all of our ideas' for 'House of Cards' MORE will appear on “The Late Show with David Letterman” on Aug. 29, CBS announced Wednesday.

Mitt Romney’s running mate, Rep. Paul RyanPaul RyanOvernight Finance: Inside Trump's first budget | 66 programs on the chopping block | Hearing highlights border tax divide | Labor to implement investment adviser rule Hearing highlights GOP divide over border tax Progressive Caucus elects Wisconsin lawmaker as new leader MORE (R-Wis.), is scheduled to deliver his speech to the GOP nominating convention that evening. While Obama’s TV appearance likely won’t conflict with broadcast coverage of the convention, the first lady’s media tour could mark another spotlight grab by President Obama's campaign during a week traditionally reserved for the Republican Party. 


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Vice President Biden also plans to hold a rally on Monday, the first day of the convention, in Tampa, Fla., where the convention is located.

And President Obama will be campaigning in Ohio, Colorado and Virgina on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.

The first lady plans to discuss back-to-school tips and changes to school lunch programs nationwide during her appearance on the show, according to a press release from CBS.

It is the her third appearance on the show. She last appeared on the "Late Show" in June.