'Have sought marriage counselling with husband', says Michelle Obama

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Michelle Obama left her job so her husband could be president.

Obama and Trump have had awkward, if not tense, greetings in the few times the two have been in each other's presence.

In it she reveals her disappointment at Mr Trump's victory over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race. "'Would you tell him about himself?!' And lo and behold, counseling [sic] wasn't that at all", she said.

Camera IconMichelle Obama, former president Obama, former president Bush and former first lady Laura Bush.

But in a small show of defiance, she did refuse to smile.

Roberts said, "I'm looking at you", encouraging Obama to challenge Trump herself before noting the former first lady has made it clear she isn't interested in returning to public service.

President Trump frequently questioned Barack's American citizenship, which resulted in his legitimacy as president being doubted. "But in this case, maybe it did", Ms Obama writes, according to ABC News. "I was so busy proving people wrong", she said.

And then she promptly, with a laugh and smile, signed a copy of her memoir "Becoming" for the boy's mother, who explained the lad dressed as the king of the jungle for Halloween.

"But voters make those decisions". "She's an icon and an incredible example for how we can live our lives".

"Becoming", which officially came out Tuesday, describes Obama's upbringing on Chicago's South Side, as well as her time at Whitney Young and Princeton University.

"We are finding each other again", she said. I've lain awake at night, fuming over what's come to pass. I need to own that hurt, to talk about it. I need to talk about it.

"One of the things you learn as a former [first lady], it's, like, I don't judge what a current [first lady] is doing, you know?" "There was no time to hurt in that role".

Mr Trump responded to the criticism, accusing Ms Obama of trying to drive book sales with "controversy". He said he loved the book "because it faithfully reflects the woman I have loved for so long". It was reckless, it put my family in danger, and it wasn't true.

The former first lady, now 54, refrains from second guessing whether Russian meddling, Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey's intervention or flaws in Clinton's campaigns brought about Clinton's loss.

When Oprah Winfrey took the stage in Chicago to introduce Michelle Obama, she opened on the inevitable: The deep political divide in our country.

A group of students was surprised when they were told they were going to be guests at Obama's book launch event. "I was, like, 'Dude, you're cute.' But in my mind, I was, like - Off limits". "Because people often ask, I'll say it here directly: I have no intention of running for office, ever".

This is an unusual situation.

But Mr Obama was a conspicuous presence in the lead-up to last week's critical midterm elections. (It's between pages 240 and 241, if you're interested.) Here, we've distilled its 421 pages into 12 helpful paragraphs. "Just making stuff up", he told voters.

It's unclear what President Trump meant by the USA military.

"They promised to take on corruption".

"I didn't have anyone in my administration get indicted".

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