Michelle Obama Couldn't Smile At Trump Inauguration

Lamar Ellis
November 15, 2018

"And for this", she adds, "I'd never forgive him". "But you all being here tonight is a testament to the light".

"I didn't really know what to expect".

Mrs Obama replied: "No, she hasn't".

When Roberts asked whether the first lady had ever reached out to her, Obama said "No, no she hasn't," and raised her eyebrows.

Monday's stop at Whitney M. Young Magnet High School comes a day before the release of her book, "Becoming". 'I said to Barack: "That was so hard, what we just did". Although the gathering has been billed as "an intimate conversation with Michelle Obama", it will take place at the United Center in front of an audience of about 14,000 people.

At her book launch event, the crowed reportedly roared when Oprah Winfrey did not mention the Trumps by name and referred to them as "other people".

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When she was a child, she said her dad would complain to her mother that she wasn't teaching her children how to wash socks, because he had had so few socks growing up that he had to wash them and dry them on a radiator himself.

She will be on stage Tuesday night with Michelle Obama at Chicago's United Center, the first stop on Obama's promotional tour In "Becoming", Obama shares such deeply personal revelations as suffering a miscarriage and sharply criticizes President Donald Trump for promoting the false "birther" rumor that Barack Obama was not a USA citizen. These shows seem to provide as much wish fulfillment for the celebrity moderators as they do for the audience; no matter how famous a woman may be, a sit-down with a beloved first lady is a rarity (even for Oprah).

During a Wednesday morning segment on Fox & Friends, host Ainsley Earhardt pointed out that the current first lady had lashed out at the former first lady after she revealed that she had been snubbed by Ms. Trump.

"I could see in his eyes how broken [those images] had left him, what this had done already to his faith", Obama wrote. "And once the voters have spoken, you know, we live with what we live with". "Or is it just going to make us feel vindicated in the moment?'"

Although Barack was becoming a rising star in politics, Obama admitted she didn't think her husband would win the 2008 election due to his racial background. As a whole, it painted a picture of the country as one where everyone counts and Obama's repeated mantras sounded like a chant. "How dare somebody tell me that I don't belong".

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