Michelle Obama reacts to Barack Obama’s ‘good’ video

former first lady Michelle Obama made her media attention while promoting her new book. In her latest public appearance on Jimmy Kimmel live, Michelle has been talking about life since leave the White HouseChristmas decoration, family trip and parenting.

At one point, Jimmy asked the author about a viral video involving her husband and the former President Barack Obama. Back in October, Obama spoke at a Protests campaigning for democracy in Detroit, Michigan, every EVERYONE.

In his speech, Obama start explaining that “sometimes getting on the campaign trail feels a little more difficult than it used to be, not least because I’m older and more silver…” Before he could finish his speech, a compliment broke through the laughter of the crowd. A woman shouted, “You’re still better than a mom **** r.”

Obama, with a grin, repeated a PG version of the compliment, telling the crowd, “I don’t know if you heard…she said I was fine.” The former president continued to compliment with a humorous joke that, “I’m not going to tell Michelle that you said it, even though Michelle agrees, she knows.”

Barack Obama DID tells Michelle Obama about the moment

It turned out that Barack do share the moment with his wife–almost immediately after arriving home. But the first time Michelle actually saw that moment was in Jimmy Kimmel live.

The former first lady grin as soon as the woman says the compliment. When Barack asked the woman to repeat the compliment and then repeat it into the mic, Michelle laughed out loud. Michelle kept her answers intact throughout the entire playa clip—all smiles and laughter for the fun moment.

“I didn’t see that. I heard about it,” Michelle said. “He went home, and that was the first thing he said. I was like, ‘how did it go?’ [He said] ‘someone says I’m fine.’ I was like ‘oh really, that’s so sweet.

Jimmy then plays Jimmy, asking Obama if she shares similar stories with Barack. She jokingly turned it off.

“No, he doesn’t need to know all of my business,” Michelle said.

Former first ladies say they welcome ‘boring time’ in their home now

These days, when she’s not promoting The light we carry and Barack are not on post-presidential duties, the couple spends Time at home. And one thing they love? Immerse yourself in them “boring time.” Michelle says they welcome boredom after almost a decade at the top of the country.

“There are so many boring times that we love, we need…After eight years in the White House, you would love to have…we celebrate the boring times,” Michelle said. “We looked at each other and went, what are you doing? No! We were like, yes.


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