King will join Obama during her sold-out Atlanta stop at State Farm Arena on Saturday, May 11.
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This isn't King's first time sitting down with the former First Lady. The pair, along with Obama's mom, Marian Shields Robinson, appeared on "CBS This Morning" last year following the memoir release. In the interview, Obama spoke about the power of optimism and why it's so necessary for Americans to keep a positive outlook.
“I traveled the country. I saw the heart of who we are. Forget race, or party, or ethnicity, or gender. People agree with us or not. People were kind. People are worried. People have issues. But everybody's workin' for the same thing. The same goal. And I got to see that part of America,” she said.”
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