The First Lady and Oprah Winfrey had an interview together recently. Michelle decides to attack Donald Trump and express her true feelings about the new President-Elect… And it’s NOT good!
Reported by 100percentfedup,
Michelle Obama just couldn’t do her final White House interview without expressing her bitterness towards Donald Trump. She said that the American people have “lost hope” since the election of Donald Trump.
She also told Oprah Winfrey that a ‘grown up’ should be in charge of the country. What a classless and bitter thing to say. The truth really doesn’t matter to these people. They say what they want and outright lie to change the narrative.
THE TRUTH is that Americans have MORE hope than they’ve had in a looong time! Consumer confidence has skyrocketed! Let’s face it, the hope and change that her husband sold to America was just empty promises. Donald Trump has done more since elected to create jobs than Obama EVER did! To ad insult to injury, Michelle Obama leaves to go on a multi-million dollar vacation paid for by YOU! Counting the hours, minutes, seconds until they’re gone, gone, gone!
According to dailymail,
Michelle Obama fed her husband’s feud with Donald Trump on Friday as she gave a gloomy description of the hopeless climate his election win has created.
The First Lady used her final interview in the White House to tell Oprah Winfrey that a ‘grown up’ should be in charge of the country.
Looking forward to president-elect Trump’s looming inauguration, she said even though hope was lost, it was necessary to move on.
‘Now we’re feeling what not having hope feels like. Hope is necessary,’ she said in her first direct response to the November 9 election result.
Mrs Obama’s remarks come within hours of her husband’s announcement Russian hackers interfered with the election to help his successor.
Trump, who is yet to accept the DNC hack was orchestrated by one of Putin’s agencies, undermined the announcement on Twitter.
In her interview with Oprah, the First Lady said the president needs to be someone ‘who can say to you in times of crisis and turmoil: “hey, it’s gonna be ok”‘.
She said she was assured her husband had achieved his goal of setting a hope-fueled agenda because of the contrasting mood brought by Trump’s victory.
‘Your husband’s administration, everything, the election, was all about hope. Do you think that this administration achieved that?’ asked Winfrey.
In a lengthy reply, Mrs Obama said calmly: ‘Yes. I do. Because we feel the difference now.
‘Now, we’re feeling what not having hope feels like. Hope is necessary. It’s a necessary concept.
‘What else do you have if you don’t have hope?’
In a glowing assessment of her husband’s tenure, Mrs Obama likened him to the calming parent of the panicked toddler nation.
‘Our children respond to crisis the way they see us respond. You know, it’s like the toddler bumps his head on the table and they look up at you to figure out whether it hurts and if you’re like (gasp) “oh my god” they’re crying but if you’re like “you know what, babe it’s OK”…
‘And I feel that way about the nation, I feel that Barack has been that for the nation in ways that people will come to appreciate.
What do you think about Mrs. Obama’s opinions toward Trump?