The president made the audience laugh with that line, but according to the first lady, she’s the “funnier” one in the family. She also admitted that she knows how to make Obama raise his voice.
“I can make him mad — any number of ways,” she said.
"By being thoroughly unreasonable," Obama added, but with a smile.
The couple is celebrating 20 years of marriage on Oct. 3, which also happens to be the date of the first presidential debate. Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson Obama'Car guy' Biden puts his spin on the presidency Poll: Harris, Michelle Obama lead for 2024 if Biden doesn't run Son gives emotional tribute to Colin Powell at service MORE plans to watch the debate backstage, and the president said the romance will have to wait until the following Saturday.
“I like lavishing her with all kinds of attention when she deserves it, and she always deserves it," Obama said.
Obama lavished co-host Barbara Walters with some attention while he was at it, in the form of birthday gifts from the White House. He delivered a basket that included White House M&Ms, a deck of Marine One playing cards, some White House beer and a White House golf ball, according to the pool report.
The episode of “The View” will air Tuesday on ABC.