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PETA uses Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey in ad; never asked White House permission

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WASHINGTON--First Lady Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Carrie Underwood and Tyra Banks are featured in a new ad campaign by PETA, the animal rights group. PETA used Mrs. Obama's image without White House permission; PETA's president said they don't need it. Mrs. Obama, does not wear fur; PETA said the ad was intended as a compliment. To read my column on this, click here.

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