Michelle Obama on the bruising campaign to the White House

Michelle Obama on the bruising campaign to the White House

"And that she did a great deal of this while her husband was away serving in the state legislature, leaving her to administer the shots that are a part of that process herself". "I'll give you a little controversy back, I'll never forgive [President Barack Obama] for what he did to our US military. Wait, wait, people. This isn't who I am, '" she added.

"I mean, my grandparents, you know, lived through segregation", she continued.

"I think it's the worst thing that we do to each other as women, not share the truth about our bodies and how they work, and how they don't work", Obama said in an interview on Good Morning America.

During the intimate conversation, she also revealed that she conceived her daughters, Malia and Sasha, through IVF.

When Obama won and took office, it was just in time for the "birthers' to begin their open criticisms about her husband's legitimacy".

That this particular woman broached this subject could move the focus immediately to how public policy treats it. Obama's new willingness to discuss her previously secret struggles can shine a new light on the prevalence of infertility and the incredible emotional and financial cost of going through medical treatments to have a baby.

But the pair became a couple after a passionate kiss one summer night, with the former FLOTUS recalling: 'The feelings came rushing - a toppling blast of lust, gratitude, fulfillment, wonder'.




Mrs Obama writes that they met with a counsellor "a handful of times", and she came to realise that she was more "in charge" of her happiness than she had realised. "I thought I failed, because I knew how normal false are not births, because we talk about it", she said in an interview with presenter Robin Roberts (57). But, Obama told Roberts, that all of that was secondary once the voters had spoken. And for this, I'd never forgive him'.

"It's awesome to me that we still have to tell people about the importance of voting", Obama told Roberts.

"Being the commander-in-chief is a hard job", Obama said.

Obama also says she was surprised that so many American women voted for the "misogynist" Trump over Hillary Clinton, "an exceptionally qualified female candidate", in the 2016 election. You need to know history. "But voters make those decisions".

We love you Michelle Obama but our new motto is: When they go low, we go postal.

Throughout all of her trials and tribulations, Obama has a simple hope for the future and her legacy - to inspire the next generation.

The "When they go low, we go high" days are over apparently. "He wasn't playing games", she said.

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