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On Friday, March 28, Barack Obama will be dishing and discussing the issues on ABC's The View (11 am/ET) in what the show is billing as a "no-holds-barred" interview.

The presidential candidate last joined the morning show in November 2004 to promote his book. This time around, Obama will be covering a range of topics - from the personal to the political - including his relationship with his wife and family, his recent remarks on race, the Iraq war and his views on religion and life on the campaign trail, among other things.

"I am really looking forward to my return visit to sit down with the ladies of The View," he said.

Obama's interview will be pre-taped on Thursday, March 27, but airs the next day, in an episode of the program that promises to focus largely on the candidate. Is this going to be Obama's version of Hillary Clinton's Tyra Banks moment? Do you think sitting down with The View hosts will have an impact on the views of voters? - Anna Dimond