3 things to know about Michelle Obama's book tour


Monday's stop at Whitney M. Young Magnet High School comes a day before the release of her book, "Becoming". Back when Trump was a reality TV star on NBC, he also headed the birther movement, claiming President Barack Obama held the office illegally because he was not a citizen born in this country. "And in the quest to do that I never stopped to wonder, who was I?". As Obama explained in the book, Barack had not experienced the shooting as closely as the first responders, the school community, or the victims' families, of course. And Barack Obama has always walked like Barack Obama. He had that stride.

The moment she's referring to was the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, which took place on December 14, 2012.

"He was like, 'You're insane". "What I came to realize is that there was absolutely no time to reflect in the White House", she tells @oprah for ELLE's cover interview. He was very straightforward. "He wasn't playing games", she said.

"It's not every day that a beloved neighbor, former First Lady, and worldwide icon releases a work of deep reflection and mesmerizing storytelling-it's not even every 4-8 years!" the page reads. It was there. It still is. "I love my husband a lot", she said.

Former first lady Michelle appeared on "Good Morning America" Tuesday morning.

"I felt lost and alone".

She also said that both of her daughters, Sasha and Malia, were conceived through in vitro fertilization.

"I think it's the worst thing we do to each other as women: not share the truth about our bodies and how they work and how they don't work".

"What I learned about myself was that my happiness was up to me".

"So I'll never forgive him for what he did to our military".

"I'm talking about me, all of me, in a way that I do with my friends, my girlfriends", she said.

Winfrey, who selected "Becoming" for her influential book club, said it's "everything you wanted to know and so much you didn't even know you wanted to know". "And we get help with our marriage when we need it".

When asked about the current state of politics, Obama preached about the importance of casting a ballot in American elections.

"So many people are feeling uneasy... afraid of the impending darkness", she told the audience.

Obama's husband will be next with a memoir, which is expected next year.

Trump's spokeswoman said in a statement on Tuesday that if the first lady ever needed advice, she would get it from "her professional team within the White House". "But voters make those decisions". "We were afraid to hope because it's hard to believe that the country that oppressed you could one day be led by you, you know?"