“Being your First Lady has been the greatest honor of my life,” said Michelle Obama in front of an audience of educators in the East Room, and with tearful eyes she continued “And I hope I’ve made you proud.”

There are only around 1,300 days left until the next Presidential election, and the internet is already rallying behind a new candidate, Michelle Obama.

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Born as Michelle LaVaughn Robinson on January 17, 1964 in South Side of Chicago, Illinois is an American lawyer, writer, and is the first African-American First Lady of the United States. Obama is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School, and spent her early legal career working at the law firm Sidley Austin, where she met her husband, the 44th and current President of the United States, Barack Obama. Barack and Michelle married in 1992 and have two daughters, Malia Obama Sasha Obama.

As First Lady, Michelle Obama’s first lead role in an administration was wide initiative. Michelle Obama’s goal was to make big progress in reversing the 21st century trend of wight problems between the youth. Michelle said her goal is to make this effort her legacy: “I want to leave something behind that we can say, ‘Because of this time that this person spent here, this thing has changed.’ And my hope is that that’s going to be in the area of childhood obesity.”She has named the movement “Let’s Move”.

She was supporting military families as First Lady, helps working women balance their careers and families, encourages national service and big promoter of arts and art education. Of course she will be remembered by the publicity earned worldwide by planting the first White House vegetable gardensince the time of Eleanor Roosevelt served as First Lady.

 

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“Being your First Lady has been the greatest honor of my life,” said Michelle Obama in front of an audience of educators in the East Room, and with tearful eyes she continued “And I hope I’ve made you proud.” There are only around 1,300 days left until the next Presidential...