Michelle Obama says ‘Access Hollywood’ tape prompted her to condemn Trump’s comments


"We were having dinner, and we know there was a celebration happening but we didn't realize that thousands of people were gathering in front of the White House at that time to celebrate".

President Obama said he wasn't able to join her, and Sasha begged off too, busy watching TV.

"I write about the fact that the week would start - something fantastic would happen and then by the end of the week, I would have forgotten all about that wonderful thing." .

However, it was not gloomy to the end for the young Michelle as she says she enjoyed the company of her would-be in-laws when they later travelled to Siaya to meet Barack's grandmother Mama Sarah Obama. "And this book allowed me to do that and to really understand what those eight years meant to me personally".

"Of course, @MichelleObama's my wife, so I'm a little biased here".

Watch her tell the tale below. "As a measure of my frustration, I drew a long emphatic gash across the rest of the page", the memoir went on.

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Well isn't that just a bloody big "AW"?

During the interview, host Jimmy Kimmel acknowledged that Obama has repeatedly said that she wasn't running for office, but asked her if anyone "seriously approached and try to convince" her to do so.

My personal favourite line?

O: "Barry! Be quiet and hold my purse". Obama said. "He doesn't quite know what to do, so he starts following us, and I'm like (to Malia), 'Run fast, run faster!'"

In the nine-minute clip above, the former First Lady talks about her new book Becoming, her life with Barack, and the celebrity she now texts with the most (spoiler alert: it's Oprah).