Michelle Obama Really Misses Driving, but Secret Service Still Won't Let Her

Posted November 18, 2018

After ABC's Jimmy Kimmel jokingly referenced the White House staffer essentially fired by First Lady Melania Trump, his guest, former FLOTUS Michelle Obama, noted that she never had a situation like that.

"Becoming" is well exceeding the pace of previous memoirs by first ladies. Of course, she misses being generally anonymous as well.

"When you're in the residence, there's so much bulletproof glass that sometimes you don't hear what's going on outside", Obama says. The tough, smart, strong, classy and eloquent Michelle Obama is peeled away to reveal a simple wife and mother who like any other women in society was enduring battles that only she could understand. "I'd be in some tabloid magazine: 'What's she trying to do-what's wrong with her?"

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"What nobody tells you is that miscarriage happens all the time, to more women than you'd ever guess, given the relative silence around it".

In a clip from the show (above), Michelle tells Kimmel that during her eight years in the White House she had to be very careful about what she said.

If Obama were to actually set up a formal "hall pass"-type agreement with her husband with regards to George Clooney, there's a pretty good chance Barack would acquiesce. I'm like 'Who are you?'" said Obama".

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O: "I'm not sure which one's Sasha and which one's Malia". "I don't think we have anything in common", she continued. They get so mad every time I mess their names up.

First-day sales for Michelle Obama's "Becoming" topped 725,000 copies, making it one of the year's biggest debuts.

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