Published: Thu, November 15, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Michelle Obama Opens Up About Her Heartbreaking Miscarriage

Michelle Obama Opens Up About Her Heartbreaking Miscarriage

Winfrey will interview Obama in Chicago Tuesday night - the first stop on her high-profile book tour.

She reached out similarly to First Lady Melania Trump during that transition, reporting she never heard back.

"Our presence had been celebrated by millions of Americans, but it also contributed to a reactionary sense of fear and resentment among others", Obama writes in her memoir. "The hatred was old and deep and as risky as ever".

Michelle Obama discusses everything from those Donald Trump comments to having counselling with her husband, former POTUS Barack, as she sits down with Oprah Winfrey for a new interview. It began during the early days of parenthood, when she says "She was mad at Barack because he prioritized himself in a way that I needed to but wasn't doing" and continued through the 2008 election, a time in which she went from being the more successful half of the couple to being "Somebody's Mrs." - a role she told Winfrey and the audience she was never interested in. When news of the shooting took place, Obama wrote, she was giving a speech, so her aide told her about it when she was done.

"We are finding each other again", she said.

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The former first lady has consistently said she is not interested and has no plans to run for public office.

Former First Lady of The United States Michelle Obama speaks on stage at The United State of Women Summit 2018 - Day 1 on May 5, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.

Obama said she felt her "biological clock" ticking, which led to her and Barack, 57, eventually turning to in vitro fertilization (IVF) to conceive their daughters Malia, 20, and Sasha, 17. Realizing it, I made my own optic adjustment: "I stopped even trying to smile". "And I came in and I had to fix it". "They're growing up in a different world than even we grew up in, more diversity, more openness".

"But voters make those decisions and once the voters have spoken, you know, we live with what we live with", Obama said.

"It's wonderful to me that we still have to tell people about the importance of voting", she said. "People have to be educated, they have to be focused on the issues and they have to go to the polls if they want their politics to reflect their values". "We were afraid to hope because it's hard to believe that the country that oppressed you could one day be led by you, you know?"

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