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President Barack Obama’s visit to The View is most-watched episode in series history; 6.59M viewers

An average of 6.59 million viewers watched President Obama’s appearance on The View Thursday. The telecast marked the first such time a sitting President has ever visited a daytime talk show and was the most-watched episode in series history.

The full press release follows after the jump.

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President Barack Obama to appear on The View, July 29, The first time in history a sitting U.S. president has visited a daytime talk show

President Barack Obama will make history on Thursday when he becomes the first sitting president to visit a daytime talk show.  The President will tape his appearance for The View on Wednesday and the show will air on Thursday:

“We are so pleased and honored that President Obama will be a guest on ‘The View,'” creator and executive producer Barbara Walters says. “The president last appeared on the program in March 2008 while he was still a senator, and First Lady Michelle Obama was a featured guest co-host in June 2008. This shows that both the president and first lady feel that our show is an influential and important source of information and news.”

Thursday’s show will also mark the in-studio return of Barbara Walters who has been out since she underwent heart valve replacement surgery in May.

The full press release follows after the jump.

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The View Enjoying Its Most-Watched Season Yet

ABC daytime talk show The View is riding a ratings high.  The talk show, featuring a panel of Whoopi Goldberg, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Sherri Shepherd, Joy Behar and for a few times a week series co-executive producer Barbara Walters, drew its largest audience ever on the morning after Barack Obama was elected president (6.2 […]