November 8, 2016 was a fateful day for many on the left as Donald Trump pulled off an election stunner.
It provoked the left-wing outrage mob in a way seldom seen before though often since.
And now Michelle Obama’s reaction to Donald Trump becoming President will make you laugh out loud.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama once declared, “When they go low, we go high” as a way of claiming the moral high ground over former President Donald Trump and the tens of millions of Americans who voted for him.
But new revelations show that the former First Lady has had trouble living up to those words.
A new report shows that while she stood with her husband on the steps of the U.S. Capitol with the newly elected President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump at the time, all was not well.
On the inside, she was apparently seething with rage.
“Michelle Obama broke down shortly after leaving then-President Donald Trump’s inauguration, the former first lady candidly shared in a new podcast, as the emotions of leaving their family’s home after eight years and resentment over Trump taking office overwhelmed her,” CNN reported. “’When those doors shut, I cried for 30 minutes straight, uncontrollable sobbing, because that’s how much we were holding it together for eight years,’ Obama said, referring to her final trip aboard the presidential airplane.”
Of course, Michelle Obama being Michelle Obama, she couldn’t resist throwing racial rhetoric into the conversation as she lamented the fact that many incoming members of the new Trump administration were white – as was the case with her own husband’s administration, if she took a moment to look around.
“There were tears, there was that emotion,” Obama claimed. “But then to sit on that stage and watch the opposite of what we represented on display – there was no diversity, there was no color on that stage, there was no reflection of the broader sense of America.”
Showcasing the insular culture of the ruling class elites, it was notable that Obama shared smiles and laughs onstage with former President George W. Bush, even though she and her husband had demonized him for years as they campaigned for supposed “hope and change.”
Bush and other members of his notorious ruling class elite family declined to support Trump during both of his Presidential runs.
In 2020, The New York Times reported that the former President and Governor of Texas wouldn’t vote for Trump’s re-election and that his brother, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, “isn’t sure how he’ll vote.”
US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.