Michelle Obama is known for not being proud of her country. She made that clear a few years back, when she said she was finally proud of America once Barack was elected president.
Wonders that did for the nation, huh, Michelle? Was America better off after eight years of your husband’s scandals and malfeasance? Yeah, good luck defending that simple question.
On Friday, the wife of the former community organizer was in Malaysia. Why? Who cares? But while there, she managed to bash the U.S. of A.
Such a proud American, this one…
Former first lady Michelle Obama criticized the United States while speaking abroad on Thursday, stating the country is “still not where we need to be” on the issue of racism and scoffed at the notion that former President Barack Obama’s election meant the end of bigotry.
WATCH: Michelle Obama speaks about racism at an Obama Foundation event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: “We’re still not where we need to be in the United States of America when it comes to race.”
WATCH: Michelle Obama speaks about racism at an Obama Foundation event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: "We're still not where we need to be in the United States of America when it comes to race." pic.twitter.com/7Bj8dTfniv
— NBC News (@NBCNews) December 13, 2019
Most first lady’s don’t remain as active as Michelle after leaving the White House. The reason is simple: nobody cares what they have to say.
Predictably, Michelle doesn’t understand that. She appears to desperately need the attention.
Check out the clip below where Michelle goes on NBC’s “Tonight Show” and mocks First Lady Melania Trump for bringing her a gift on Donald Trump’s inauguration day…
Of course, Michelle gifted Laura Bush on Barack’s inauguration day. Did she forget about that or was she just attacking Melania to be cool and edgy?
During an interview with ABC’s Robin Roberts, Obama admitted she was at first skeptical of Barack.
Because white people liked him.
Former first lady @MichelleObama opens up to @RobinRoberts in candid interview about the hurtful things that were said about her while she was first lady: "There was no time to hurt in that role." https://t.co/FVthIlIc4H pic.twitter.com/ofwVD8aO3B
— Good Morning America (@GMA) November 12, 2018