Michelle Obama Has Some Confessions About Her Daughters And George Clooney: Things She Couldn't Tell As FLOTUS

Date November 20, 2018 10:26

Michelle Obama was the US First Lady for 8 years, from 2009 to 2017. She implemented a number of successful projects, was an advocate for poverty awareness, education, nutrition, physical activity, healthy eating, etc. Millions of people miss her being the First Lady and claim she will always be their First Lady.

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Michelle Obama has recently taken part in Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and revealed some secrets that she couldn’t disclose while she was a first lady.

Jimmy decided to have some fun on the show, and wrote down hilarious notes that Michelle Obama had to read in front of the camera. And the former first lady had to pretend she really said them, even though some of them may not have been true.


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When Michelle began opening the cards, she couldn’t help but laugh, as some of the phrases were indeed hilarious. She started reading:

I've never eaten a vegetable.

The other one was:

The whole eight years we were in the White House, we used Laura Bush's Netflix password


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

The final card was:

Clooney is my freebie.

Superior first lady

Kellyanne Conway recently opined that Melania Trump is a superior first lady to Michelle Obama, and that the country is lucky to have her. She also mentioned some of Melania’s achievements, adding:

I don't think she needs to be on the cover of a magazine for everyone to see how wonderful her work is.

Michelle Obama proved once again that she has a great sense of humor. She can be serious when it is important, but can also have fun with other people, and it was a real pleasure to watch her interview at the Jimmy Kimmel Live! show.

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