Michelle Obama Addresses The Possibility Of Her Running For The Presidency In 2020

Michelle Obama, as a true ex-First Lady, doesn’t stop taking part in all kinds of social projects aimed at helping people in all ways. This time, she spoke to thousands of high school seniors at Temple University in Philadelphia.

It was 2018 College Signing Day, and Michelle Obama did everything to cheer up all those present and make them believe they are capable of doing everything they want and dream about.

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The ex-First Lady was more than sincere in her every word, and her speech seemed to work well, inspiring the youth.

I know you have everything it takes to succeed. I know that you are me, and if I can be standing here as your forever First Lady, then you can do anything you put your mind to. So remember this moment when you’re out there.

These days, more and more people started bombarding her with the question whether she is going to run for the presidency, providing the example of Hillary Clinton. However, the ex-First Lady opted for an elegant and thought-provoking answer.



She tried to explain to people that instead of appointing someone to do something for them, they should reorganize their minds and think what they can do for others. She said:

It's not yes you can, it's yes we can. And until we get that right, it doesn't matter who runs. And look, I don't think I'm any different from Hillary.

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At least, the message she sent was clear – there was no hint she had any intention of running for the president.

However, people didn’t agree with her and expressed their opinion on Twitter. All of them were unanimous in their dream to see Michelle Obama as the future president of the USA.

People said she was the only hope and begged her to run for the post. Let’s hope she will read the tweets and reconsider her decision.

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