The Obamas will remember the events of January 20, 2017, forever. After serving as president for eight years, Barack, Michelle, and the rest of the Obama family left the White House and moved on to new chapters in their life.
The day was both exhilarating and emotionally taxing for the family as they said goodbye to a location they had called home for almost ten years.
Presently, the former First Lady is promoting ‘The Light,’ her newest podcast. She has done this by being transparent about the process of leaving the White House and moving on to the next phase of her life. She also talked about the effects the move had on her two kids, Malia and Sasha.
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Michelle Obama on Trump’s Inauguration Speech
Michelle Obama also recalled breaking down in uncontrollable sobbing after leaving Donald Trump’s inauguration in January 2017. parental guidelines
As a well-known bone of contention for the 45th president, she also made fun of the size of the Trump inauguration audience. Nevertheless, she was more serious when she pointed out the lack of diversity and color on the Capitol stage on January 20, 2017, when Trump took the oath of office.
The Light We Carry, Obama’s second book since leaving the White House after the biography Becoming, is accompanied by a podcast. The podcast is based on discussions that took place in front of live audiences, with Oprah Winfrey, Tyler Perry, and David Letterman serving as moderators.
Michelle Obama said the following about her final flight on a presidential plane with her husband, Barack Obama, following the inauguration of his successor: “When those doors shut, I cried for 30 minutes straight, uncontrollably sobbing, because that’s how much we were holding it together for eight years.”
Malia and Sasha Obama were 18 and 15 at the time the Obamas left the White House, respectively. In a furious and dramatic contrast to Barack Obama’s message of hope eight years prior, Trump’s inauguration speech stressed the American carnage theme.
Former president George W. Bush was rumored to have branded Trump’s address “some crazy shit” while he was on the podium. Trump directed his press secretary to tell reporters a lie about the size of the crowd because it was modest compared to Obama’s.
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