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Michelle Obama seemingly back lashes on Trump in the middle “sends you’ controversy

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Former First Lady Michelle Obama has seemingly taken a shot at President Trump in the midst of his ongoing feud with four progressive women in Congress had said: “it is a place” for natural citizens and refugees born alike.

Tensions escalated this week, as the President blasted the Democratic “squad” reps Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., and Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., suggesting on Twitter that she’s “back”, came to the country in which you. All four of the women are U.S. citizens, with Omar is the only one that was born outside of the United States

After the exchange of several barbs during the week, Trump his attacks began during the Wednesday rally, with the “send it back” vocal encounters Omar broke from his followers.

On Friday, the former first lady tweeted to be a rebuke of the comments seemed to mention while stopping short of, the President directly.

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“What really makes our country great is its diversity,” Mrs. Obama tweeted. “I have seen the beauty in so many ways over the years. Whether we are born here or seek refuge here, there is a place for all of us. We must remember, it is my America is your America. It is our America.”

Her husband, Ex-President Barack Obama, has not commented on the feud.

While the Obamas have largely avoided, with a weight on political matters since leaving the White house, on Friday, the comments are not the first time the former first lady has changed seemingly trump.

“The leader of the free world with a tweet can start a war, you can crush a business, change the future of our children,” she told Gayle King of CBS News at the Essence Festival in New Orleans earlier this month.

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She added that the next President needs to “deep concentration and seriousness” and operate “with a clear base of facts and ideas.” She also said she thinks her husband sometimes has to look presidential just.

“I think it’s kind of like if the black man can do it, anyone can do it-and that is not true. It is a tough job.”

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