Michelle’s charming message to Barack Obama as he turns 57

Michelle’s charming message to Barack Obama as he turns 57

The spokesperson told USA Today Obama will be celebrating his birthday in Washington, DC, with his family on Saturday evening. Barack Obama turned 57 today, August 4, and his wife Michelle Obama, 54, made sure to give him a sweet shout-out on Instagram.

"Thank you, Barack Obama", tweeted Ava DuVernay.

Saturday, a former president receives a special honor. They visited a local bakery that works to empower U.S. military veterans with service-related disabilities.

"Our lunches together were a highlight of every week at the White House".

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Illinois, California and Wisconsin celebrate Ronald Reagan Day every February 6 in honor of the late Republican president's birthday, USA Today reported. "Last week's trip to Dog Tag Bakery was no different". The report cited David Mendell's book, Obama: From Promise to Power, which noted how Michelle was supposedly concerned that her future husband was "too good to be true", while also "unimpressed" when he showed up to their first date while smoking a cigarette and wearing a "bad sport jacket".

According to the Hollywood Reporter, sources confirmed that social activist and filmmaker Priya Swaminathan has been hired to work in the highly anticipated project.

Since Netflix and a rep for Obamas have refused to comment on the matter, Swaminathan's exact role in the project remains unclear.