Betty White visits Obama at the White House

President Barack Obama talks with Betty White in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, June 11, 2012.
Official White House Photo/Pete Souza

(CBS News) Betty White, who endorsed President Obama for reelection last month, got to spend some time with the president on Monday.

The White House released a photo of the 90-year-old actress talking with Mr. Obama in the Oval Office.

Pictures: Betty White

White was in Washington to give a speech at the Smithsonian. During her visit to the White House, she also walked on the South Lawn with the first dog, Bo.

In May, White told the Associated Press that she "very, very much favors" Mr. Obama, adding that she likes what he has done and "how he represents us."

Earlier this year, the presidentfilmed a birthday greeting for White, joking that he didn't believe White was 90 and asking to see a copy of her birth certificate.

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