Published: Fri, November 09, 2018

Twitter Brewing as Michelle Obama Claims Trump Put Her Family at Risk

Twitter Brewing as Michelle Obama Claims Trump Put Her Family at Risk

She said she would "never forgive" Trump for advocating the crypto-racist "birtherism" claims that her husband was not born in the US.

Michelle's book, 'Becoming Michelle, ' is about to be released, and she is extremely candid about her marriage, saying 20 years ago she felt "broken" after suffering a miscarriage. "But it was also risky, deliberately meant to stir up the wingnuts and kooks", Obama reportedly writes. "What if that person went looking for our girls?" the mother of two wrote in the book, according to ABC News. It was depleted, and I had to fix it. "Donald Trump, with his loud and reckless innuendos, was putting my family's safety at risk", she wrote.

In the book, due to be published on Tuesday, she also reflects on early struggles in her marriage to Barack Obama as he began his political career and was often away.

But she admits the couple on occasion turned to counseling, where they "learned how to talk out" problems. His behavior during the debates against his rival candidate Hillary Clinton also met with her disdain.

"I realized that as I was 34 and 35, we had to do IVF", she said in excerpts from an ABC special set to air Sunday.

She remembers how her body "buzzed with fury" after seeing the infamous Access Hollywood tape, in which Mr Trump brags about sexually assaulting women.

Michelle Obama plans to launch a 10-city book tour that is scheduled to kick off on November 13 in her hometown of Chicago.


Some accused Michelle Obama of hypocrisy.

Obama added that she would "never forgive" Trump for promoting the birther movement.

"This unusual mix-of-everything-man", when she finally let him kiss her, set off a "toppling blast of lust, gratitude, fulfillment, wonder".

At times, she feared she was damaging her husband's 2008 presidential campaign, especially after conservatives seized on a line from one of her speeches - taken out of context, she notes - that for the first time as an adult she was "really proud" of her country.

As the first black first lady, she knew she would be labeled "other" and would have to earn the aura of "grace" given freely to her white predecessors.

"President Barack Obama was born in the United States", Trump said during a press conference at the time.

It is one of the most awaited books about U.S. politics in years, and Obama does not mince words about her husband's successor - and his involvement in promoting the idea that Barack Obama was born overseas.

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