Michelle Obama has been making the rounds promoting her new book. Of course, it has to have some red meat in it to get people to buy it. She’s been targeting President Trump the most. She’s been criticizing him personally, his policies and pretty much every move he’s made. It’s an endless stream of classless slams against a sitting president.
The one thing she and Barack do best is put themselves on a pedestal as only liberal elites can do. According to the Obama’s, they had a pretty near-perfect 8 years in the White House. They look back with rose-colored glasses but they cross the line when they lie about Obama’s accomplishments and then claim the moral high ground. Who does that? The Obamas do that.
It’s pretty rich when Michelle Obama makes the claim that they didn’t say things off the cuff…Where do we begin with our list of off the cuff remarks from the Obamas? It’s a long one!
Our favorite…”Obama’s Magic Wand”
“If, if, if, if, if, if, if, if, if, if, if……we fall for a bunch of okey doke”
One that stands out to us isn’t really an “off the cuff” remark but we like to think it’s a moment to remember:
Jimmy Kimmel Live comes to mind: @realDonaldTrump “At least I will go down as a president” at the 1:20 mark
Former first lady Michelle Obama criticized President Donald Trump for the morals he governs with during her appearance on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” Friday night.
She was on the show to promote her new memoir “Becoming.” Obama took numerous shots at the president in her book, saying she’d “never forgive” Trump for questioning President Barack Obama’s birth place.
Trump hit back, arguing that he’d never forgive Obama “for what he did to our United States military.”
The conversation shifted as Michelle Obama shared an anecdote of how she felt leaving the White House on Air Force One at the end of President Obama’s eight years in office. She spoke about the relief she felt at no longer having to be perfect.
“We knew that we were the moral compass. So we had to speak carefully and clearly and intelligently and we couldn’t just say things off the cuff.”
Colbert followed up by asking, “As people who took that moral position seriously, and it is a serious position, how does it feel to see the next occupant, at least of the Oval Office—I can’t speak to anyone else’s in his family—who seems indifferent to that responsibility?”