Mrs. Obama, who leads a nationwide effort to encourage everyone, though mostly kids, to eat better did not join the president for Tuesday's fried-food lunch.
In contrast to President Bill Clinton's vacations here in the 1990s, when he often was seen around the island, such sightings of Obama generally are limited.
The White House took the unusual step Sunday of allowing reporters and photographers to watch Obama tee off on the first hole; his golf outings generally are off-limits to media coverage. He also mingled with well-wishers and staff during the stop at Nancy's.
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