Obama use her frame to paint a home
While President Obama worked crowds in North Carolina the first lady put the finishing touches on a renovated home for a medic wounded in Afghanistan in a campaign push of her own
on Monday. Washington D.C. resident Army Sgt. Johnny Agbi suffered brain and spinal cord injuries and uses a wheelchair, but can walk short distances with the aid of a cane. Michelle Obama and Jill Biden visited his three-story rowhouse just blocks from the U.S. Capitol to paint the living room, a task helped by Mrs. Obama's 5'11 reach that meant she didn't even need a ladder.