Michelle Obama Settles the Side Part vs. Middle Part Debate | The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

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    Michelle Obama settles some of the biggest debates of all time, like The Crown Season 1 versus Season 3 or if iced coffee is only for the summer.

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