Michelle Obama didn’t believe America was ready for a Black President

Posted December 06, 2018

People are losing their minds because Michelle Obama said "sh*t" Michelle Obama inadvertently swore at a public event in NY and people seem to be losing their minds in unbridled joy over the outburst.

Michelle Obama on Monday returned to a London school she had visited as United States first lady encouraging students to "practice sisterhood" as she presented a new memoir of her life.

The former First Lady said she was panicking about following the rules of behaviour when the Queen collected her and Barack Obama from their helicopter during their last visit of his presidency.

Michelle Obama has criticised the "lean in" strategy advocated by Facebook's chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, as insufficient for women trying to excel in their careers.

Obama's blunt assessment came as she was discussing how women can achieve the balance in life that allows for a successful career and marriage, NY magazine reported. "That whole "so you can have it all" nope, not at the same time", she said. "It's not always enough to lean in because that s**t doesn't work".

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In conversation with noted Nigerian novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Obama, who turns 55 in January, spoke of life lessons, the "art of re-invention" and insisted that she is "not here yet", much remains to be done, which explains the title of her memoir, Becoming.

"I'm back now", Obama added, smiling sheepishly. She rephrased her assessment. "Sometimes that stuff doesn't work".

"So oftentimes it's not equal".

"When you're the first of anything, the bar feels higher".

"They've managed the situation with poise and grace and they are normal and kind and smart and friendly and open", said Mrs. Obama. Obama responded to the outburst from the audience.

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"The moment was overshadowed by Michelle O saying s- in public which is a silly thing to get excised about & points to our fetish with civility over all else", Touré said on Twitter.

Obama, who brought up in a working class family in Chicago, said she watched girls strive as she had and she would continue her campaign for girls' education that became a passion while in the White House alongside her work on childhood obesity. "An angry privileged woman". I've never met these people, they don't know me, they have never attended my events but that characterisation happens to us so quickly and swiftly that people can literally take our words and co-opt them for their own. "#IAmBecoming", Tweeted one of her followers.

"This is how I picture Auntie Mich in er'yday convo cause she's a real one", wrote another.

Only for him to reply "now that ought to shut you up;" and she admits it did!

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