First lady Michelle Obama is what lost the United States, in the hope that Donald Trump has of becoming President, after eight years, the man President Obama brings “hope and change”, the Americans.
“We feel the difference now,” Obama said in an excerpt of her last White house, interview, conducted by Oprah Winfrey. “We are now feels like what feels like hope. … What do you do when you have no hope, Oprah?”
The full interview is scheduled to air Monday on CBS-TV.
President Obama was one of the first-term Illinois Democratic senator, if he won the White house race in 2008, with a fascinating message of hope and change and was the first black President.
“Barack didn’t just talk about hope, because he thought it was a nice slogan for votes,” the first lady said in the CBS interview. “He and I and so many believe: What you have, if you have no hope?”
The first lady during their time in the White house top priorities, the empowerment of young women and to promote healthy eating habits.
She argues in the interview, the children are the ones who need the most hope.
And to try to explain how her husband, the Americans gave up hope, she said, he was like the calming of the parents, not to overreact if a child bumps his or her head on a table.
“Barack has said for the nation,” the first lady.