[VIDEO] Michelle Obama Whines About Her Family Again During Interview

After months in COVID-19 quarantine with her husband, former President Barack Obama, former First Lady Michelle Obama revealed in a new interview with musician and talk show host Kelly Clarkson that she is “tired of my husband,” ex-President Barack Obama.

“When I visited the White House, I asked Dr. Biden what the first thing she would do in the event of a pandemic,” Clarkson said. “At this point, we know you’re knitting.” ‘Get a martini and some fries,’ she advised. So, after knitting, what are your plans?”

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Michelle responded, “I just need to remind Jill that the White House does have plenty of fries and martinis.” “There’s no need to wait.

They were able to bring everything together. But I believe what she really meant was that she wanted fries and a martini while wearing makeup in a restaurant. I’m in the same spot as you.”

“I want to get back out in the world as soon as possible. I’d like to attend a gig. I’d like to see Broadway. “I’d like to see a play,” added the former First Lady. “I want to be in a group of people. I’d like to take a seat in a movie theater. I’m fed up with my husband. I’ve listened to everything he’s said, and it’s interesting. It is, in fact. But I simply require additional energy.”

Clarkson agreed, saying, “I get it.” “All I want to do is go out to dinner with my girlfriends, drink some wine, and have a good time.”

Michelle has been open about how tired her family is of one another after months in quarantine for the past year. Michelle said unequivocally, “Yes, girl!” when asked by talk show host Rachael Ray in September if Barack and their two children were getting on her nerves in quarantine. Oh, my goodness. They are capable.”

“It’s really interesting because sometimes Barack just walks into the room while I’m doing something and says, ‘What are you doing?’” Michelle remarked. “And I’m like, ‘Nothing. Nothing,’” she says. Please leave.’ It’s understandable if you don’t want to talk. When they’re ready for a check-in, you’re not.”




Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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