Michelle Obama Supports Her Husband on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live,’ While Donald Trump Campaigns for ‘Transparency’ on ‘Letterman’ (VIDEO)

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Trump offers $5 million to charity if Obama releases records.
growing up together in Kenya.\”” ] While President Barack Obama embarks on his 48-hour campaign marathon extravaganza, First Lady Michelle Obama is hitting up the late shows to support her husband.

The First Lady stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday night to chat about a range of topics, from Malia and Sasha’s Halloween costumes to what she would do if she had an hour to herself as a civilian. The answer to that particular question may surprise you.

“I would walk out of the door of the White House like a regular person…go to CVS, go in there, go shop,” she said. “I’d buy my toiletries. I’d pay money, I’d get a receipt. And then I’d go sit on a park bench and just watch people.”

Obama also urged viewers to vote early. During a pre-recorded skit, the First Lady wakes Kimmel up with a bullhorn to ensure he doesn’t oversleep on voting day.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump also made the late night rounds Thursday, appearing on The Late Show With David Letterman to talk about his his “bombshell” announcement. On Wednesday, the business mogul — and staunch Republican — said he’d donate $5 million to the charity of President Obama’s choice if the commander-in-chief would release his college records and passport records.

“I assume and I hope that his records are perfect,” Trump told Letterman. “He picks up $5 million for charity. Five million. From me. Immediate. Check written. I’d even go more to be honest. There, you have a scoop.”

Asked why he made the offer, Trump replied: “Transparency. Does that make sense to anybody?” He added: “I hope everything’s perfect. I want it to be perfect. And it very well might be.”

The President himself responded to Trump’s offer on Wednesday’s The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. Obama joked that Trump’s issues with him dated back to their days growing up in Kenya.

“We had constant run-ins on the soccer field,” Obama told Leno. “He wasn’t very good and resented it. When we finally moved to America, I thought it would be over.”

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