Published: Mon, November 12, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Michelle Obama Details How She "Felt Lost & Alone" After Suffering Miscarriage

Michelle Obama Details How She

The full interview which will be aired on Sunday, heralds the release of her memoir titled 'Becoming' which would be made public from Tuesday, wherein she talked about growing up in Chicago, racism in the white house and Donald Trump. And for this, I'd never forgive him'.

Dampening the hopes of Democrats that she'll run for President in 2020, Michelle writes that she just doesn't have the "passion for politics" that her husband had. Her anger stems from Trump spreading the unfounded rumour her husband was born outside the United States and therefore unable to be President. She said "I felt like I failed because I didn't know how common miscarriages were because we don't talk about them". Her "sweet, attentive husband" was at the state legislature, "leaving me largely on my own to manipulate my reproductive system into peak efficiency", she said. And memoirs by former first ladies, including Hillary Clinton and Laura Bush, are usually best-sellers.

But she was more than impressed after meeting him, by his "rich, even sexy baritone" and by his "strange, stirring combination" of serenity and power. She also reveals for the first time that she ultimately resorted to in vitro fertilization to conceive her two daughters.

She also writes about falling in love. earlier reported that in June 1989, Obama met Michelle Robinson when he was employed as a summer associate at the Chicago law firm of Sidley Austin. She delivered an epic smackdown at her first speech since the tape dropped while she was in New Hampshire. She agonised over what she feared was a cartoonish, racist image.

"People called me Barack's baby mama", she recalled. "This is disgraceful. It is intolerable", she said in the speech. She found confidence in repeating to herself a favorite chant: "Am I good enough?"

She also denounces Trump's years' long "birther" campaign questioning her husband's citizenship, calling it bigoted and unsafe, "deliberately meant to stir up the wingnuts and kooks".

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"The whole thing was insane and mean-spirited, of course, its underlying bigotry and xenophobia hardly concealed", reads an excerpt, according to the report.

Mr Trump actively promoted the idea that his predecessor was a "secret Muslim" born in Kenya, where his father is from, and not really an American citizen, for several years. The former president was born in Hawaii.

In audio from the book obtained exclusively by ABC News, Michelle Obama wonders: "What if someone with an unstable mind loaded a gun and drove to Washington?"

The pain a mother feels for her lost child can never equal to any pain an ordinary person would feel. Donald Trump, with his loud and reckless innuendos, was putting my family's safety at risk.

"She got paid a lot of money to write a book".

She expresses disbelief over how so many women would choose a "misogynist" over Clinton in 2016.

Mr Trump responded by accusing her of intentionally "trying to be controversial" in her memoirs.

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