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Michelle Obama: FLOTUS Goes to Baskin-Robbins, Target, Petco (Video)

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News flash -- the first lady is like every other red-blooded American woman -- she runs out to Target, Starbucks, and Baskin-Robbins as often as possible.

In an interview on the Today Show, Michelle Obama admitted that she sneaks out to Target, Starbucks, Baskin-Robbins, and Petco. She also mentioned that on the outings, she's never discovered and that some of the clerks "look right through" her.

Wonder if Jackie Kennedy ever stepped out of the White House for a coffee.

Here's the interview:

Watch the first lady shopping at Target:

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