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Michelle Obama Slipped the Secret Service to Celebrate Gay Marriage

Michelle Obama Slipped the Secret Service to Celebrate Gay Marriage

Obama was promoting her new memoir Becoming and sounded off about hilarious things she wishes she could have said while serving a FLOTUS.

She wrote that in 1992 when her husband, President Barack Obama, brought her to the country, the tour was frustrating from the onset, therefore making the rest of it a nightmare. Little did they know, First Lady Michelle Obama was fighting to join the party.

Former First Lady Michelle Obama is still readjusting to life outside the White House and misses one thing about her independence in particular: driving.

Kimmel and Obama's exchange at the first lady's expense comes after Mira Ricardel, the White House deputy national security adviser, was reportedly forced out of her job earlier this week following a public condemnation from the first lady. I'm like, 'Who are you?' The game that Sasha plays with me is that, when we're with a lot of people, she'll call me, 'Mom. Mom. At the same time, Jager (who is half white, half Japanese) said, he became "brooding, quiet, distant-and it was only then, as I recall, that he began to talk about entering politics and race became a big issue between us". "I think he's all of our freebies", she added, only further suggesting that line is, indeed, true.

Judge orders White House to restore press pass to CNN's Jim Acosta
Ted Boutrous, an attorney who represented CNN in the case, said, "This is a great day for the First Amendment and journalism". Outside the courthouse after the hearing, Acosta thanked the press for its support and thanked Kelly for the ruling.

"You know? They agree!" "They get so mad every time I mix their names up".

Former first lady Michelle Obama got a very warm welcome on Thursday's Jimmy Kimmel Live. "Barry, be quiet and hold my purse." .

She says she tried to recruit President Barack Obama and their daughter Sasha into joining the celebration outside but both weren't interested.