Michelle Obama tells Ellen to 'forget what they're saying in Washington'

Feb 02, 2018, 21:03
Michelle Obama tells Ellen to 'forget what they're saying in Washington'

While Mrs. Obama was unavailable to attend the ceremony, she left a video message that stated how much he is an inspiration to people who care about the next generation and that both she and former U.S. President Barack Obama were proud of his accomplishments.

The Obama's chose to stay in Washington so their youngest daughter, 16-year-old Sasha, could finish high school there.

Among the multitude of things we miss about the most recent administration we acknowledge is Michelle Obama's knack for pulling off a fire 'fit! She's got a living room area and bedroom. "Come out of the house?" she joked". Never before do you get this gift, so I'm sort of like OK.

"I would just encourage your viewers, the country to do the things we do every day, to love each other, to take care of each other, to show empathy", said Obama.

It's no White House, but Sasha Obama is loving their new home anyways!

"I wake up when I want to wake up". She told Winfrey that she won't be running for office despite the clamor from the public that she should run for President next. Bo and Sunny, the family's Portuguese water dogs, are unimpressed by the bell. He doesn't have enough closet space...sorry! "You don't waste rooms on college kids". "She's away at college!". However, Mrs. Obama did not realize what happened because she was focused on the gift. Obama obliged the host's invitation to be on her show since DeGeneres is also celebrating her 60th birthday this week.

Obama also revealed in her interview why she looked so surprised and confused for the cameras after she accepted the gift.

The 44th president's life isn't so presidential these days, according to Michelle Obama. Inside, there was a box of wine, a Barack Obama chia pet, the fiber supplement Metamucil, and a device that helps with pushups.

"People are afraid, but then there are people who feel good about the direction of the country, so I mean, that's what makes this country complicated because it's made up of so many different people from different backgrounds", Obama tells DeGeneres, when asked what advice she'd give people who find the world to be a "scary place right now".