Jimmy Kimmel Begs Michelle Obama to ‘Save Us’ from Trump

Rosalie Gross
November 17, 2018

Besides family issues, Michelle has also talked about her role as US First Lady and why she won't seek elective office.

President Obama said he wasn't able to join her, and Sasha begged off too, busy watching TV. "That's insane to me", Kimmel said.

The debate over the number of attendees at Trump's January 20, 2017 was first sparked on the first full day of his presidency.

"We rushed down the stairs, and you can see the agent thinking, why are they running?"

Kimmel and Obama's exchange at the first lady's expense comes after Mira Ricardel, the White House deputy national security adviser, was reportedly forced out of her job earlier this week following a public condemnation from the first lady. The audience went wild for it, cheering her on.

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The Obamas have said they will donate a "significant portion" of their author proceeds to charity, including the Obama Foundation. She reached out similarly to First Lady Melania Trump during that transition, reporting she never heard back.

"I'm so angry at Barack", she wrote in her journal.

O: "I'm not sure which one's Sasha and which one's Malia".

Watch Michelle Obama reveal the origins of her favorite phrase, her celebrity "freebie", and more in the clip above. It was not an experience to behold for her as she got frustrated and ended up being angry at him for making her come to the country. "I don't think we have anything in common", she continued. "We need you back in the old house".

In an exclusive interview with Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts, Michelle candidly sheds light on how the ordeal made her feel lonely and insecure considering the fact that her biological clock was ticking being 34.

Michelle Obama also addressed speculation about her possible White House run, firmly denying them by saying she "never had any serious conversations with anyone about it because it's not something that I'm interested in-or would ever do".

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