Michelle Obama Gloats About Defeating Donald Trump

Former First Lady Michelle Obama appeared to gloat over Donald Trump’s loss in the presidential election in a new interview on Wednesday, stating that his defeat helps her and her fellow activists to “breathe for a moment.”

When asked about the 2020 presidential election outcome, Michelle told People Magazine, “We relax for a moment, but there’s still work to be done.” This interview was conducted to promote Michelle’s new Netflix cooking show, “Waffles and Mochi.”

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Michelle later addressed how she and her husband, former President Barack Obama, hate winter. In reality, they aspire to never have to go through the season again.

She said, “I’ve been telling my daughters that I’m going toward retirement right now, picking projects and chasing summer.” “Neither Barack nor I want to go through another winter.

Michelle also expressed her delight at the prospect of retiring, especially now that the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago and the Obama Foundation have been completed.

“We’re laying the groundwork for someone else to take over so we can retire and spend time with each other,” she explained. “And because he has nothing else to do, Barack can golf too much, and I can taunt him about it.”

Michelle then addressed her mental health problems in 2020, when she was diagnosed with “low-grade depression.”

“Depression is understandable during these times,” Michelle said, stressing the importance of understanding and addressing depression.

Michelle explained, “I wanted to realize what I was going through because we always feel like we have to cover that part of ourselves up, that we still have to rise above and look as though we’re not paddling hard under the water.”

The Obama family has been quarantined at their homes in Washington, D.C., and Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, for the past year. In this interview, Michelle admitted that she has already obtained the COVID-19 vaccine.

“I highly urge everyone to get vaccinated as soon as possible,” she said.


Margaret Taylor

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