Michelle Obama Reveals All The Things She Couldn't Say as First Lady

Yolanda Curtis
November 18, 2018

Many teachers were also given copies of the former first lady's new book.

"When you're in the residence, there's so much bulletproof glass that sometimes you don't hear what's going on outside", Obama says.

In comparison, an estimated 1.8 million people attended former President Barack Obama's 2009 inauguration, CNN reported. While on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the late-night host gave her a stack of cards so she can finally say things she couldn't say while in the White House. "As in, 'What the hell is this country Becoming?'" he quipped.

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When Kimmel pressed her more, asking if a similar situation had ever arisen in the Obama White House, she put it bluntly, "Not once". I think that as women the worst thing that we do to each other is that we do not share the truth about our bodies, how they work or do not work, " she said.

In a clip from the show (above), Michelle tells Kimmel that during her eight years in the White House she had to be very careful about what she said.

"I felt lost and alone, I felt like I failed because I did not know how common miscarriages were because we do not talk about them, we choose to sit in our own pain and feel broken". "Laura, sorry. Send me the bill", she added.

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Obviously, the Kimmel team couldn't go too insane for numerous reasons but the end result is still a giggle.

Later, Kimmel had Obama backtrack on her 2016 Democratic National Convention quote that has since become a popular rallying cry: "I stole the phrase "When they go low, we go high" from the back of a Snapple cap", she "admitted".

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