Here is part two:
Whenever I see Michelle Obama the first thing I notice is how genuine she is, and how she is herself in every situation no matter how casual, or how formal.
She is the same Michelle Obama in a stunningly elegant gown at some celebrity gathering, and she is Michelle Obama on her knees digging in the dirt.
Now as you all probably know I admire the hell out of Barack Obama and believe him to be the greatest President of my lifetime.
However, I am almost equally impressed by Michelle Obama who brought such dignity and poise to the People’s House.
Whenever you saw Barack and Michelle together you could not help but smile, and you knew that whatever challenge emerged that they would handle it with courage and grace.
So you might think that if Michelle Obama reached out to you and offered to help you if you, that you would probably jump at the chance.
I mean anybody would, wouldn’t they?
Nope, not anybody.
Courtesy of CNN:
In her new memoir, “Becoming,” former first lady Michelle Obama writes a passage explaining how her predecessor, Laura Bush, had extended her help to Obama when she was an incoming first lady, telling her that if Obama needed help, she was “a phone call away.”
In turn, Obama writes she did the same for Melania Trump when it was her turn to occupy the role. Trump, however, has yet to take Obama up on the offer.
On Sunday, Obama was asked about the incident by ABC News’ Robin Roberts, “Has (Trump) reached out asked?”
“No,” said Obama. “No, she hasn’t.”
Roberts did not ask if Obama had reached out to Bush during her tenure for counsel.
On Monday afternoon, Stephanie Grisham, Trump’s communications director, said in a statement to CNN that the first lady was not in need of Obama’s assistance.
“Mrs. Trump is a strong and independent woman who has been navigating her role as First Lady in her own way,” Grisham wrote via email. “When she needs advice on any issue, she seeks it from her professional team within the White House.”
Oh yeah, she is doing a great job.
Well, it’s a great job when compared to how her husband is doing at least.
Look I am not a First Lady or anything, but if Michelle Obama wants to call me and offer me advice on anything, I am all ears.
Especially if that advice is about how to keep a relationship strong because what she and her husband have together should make almost all of us green with envy.