'The View's' Visit From Barack and Michelle Obama Pulls 4.3 Million Viewers

The Obamas on The View - H 2012
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The Obamas on The View - H 2012

Tuesday's visit from President Obama gave The View its best ratings since... the last visit from President Obama.

The panel's sit-down with the president and first lady pulled a four-month high of a 4.3 million viewers in the process. Obama's last appearance on the ABC daytime talker bested Tuesday with 4.7 million viewers. In adults 18-49, The View raked in an impressive 1.1 million.

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The broadcast marked Obama's fifth appearance on the show since making his debut, then a senator, in September of 2007.

Obama has been a ratings boon for many this election season. Last week's interview with David Leterman drove The Late Show to a two-year overnight high, and first lady Michelle Obama has been making the rounds on daytime talkers Rachael Ray, Dr. Oz and Steve Harvey

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In the leaked tape that has given him such a hard time of late, GOP nominee Mitt Romney referred to The View as "high risk" for its liberal-leaning panel, though outwardly conservative panelist Elisabeth Hasselbeck subsequently announced on air that Romney and his wife, Ann, would appear before the election.

No date has been set.