Former First Lady Michelle Obama is at it again, slandering President Donald Trump every time she speaks to the public. This time she was complaining about the supposed “impact of his behavior” might have on children in America.
As Michelle spoke at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., presenting the 2018 ASCA School Counselor of the Year award, she preached about what she considers proper behavior “being modeled in public life,” and without naming the president, alluded that he is not doing it.
Michelle tried to imply that she knows what it is like to be a teacher these days. She said, “Trust me, I know this work isn’t easy. Especially right now. I know there’s a lot of anxiety out there. And there’s no denying our kids, what they see on TV, the kind of behavior being modeled in public life, that, yes impact their behavior and their character.”
During Michelle’s speech, she took a dig at Trump’s campaign slogan, Make America Great Again. According to CNN, Michelle tried to rally the crowd by saying, “Folks who model decency and dignity and integrity for our kids every single day, see, that’s who we are. That more than anything is what shapes our children and that’s what makes America great.”
After using the platform to smear the president, she finally presented the award to Kirsten Perry, the school counselor who earned the achievement.
Michelle’s rant came after appearing on the extremely liberal Ellen Degeneres show on Thursday. The Former First Lady spent her time on the show discussing the infamous gift Melania gave her on Inauguration Day. At least she finally admitted it was a “lovely frame” from Tiffany & Co.
Melania’s attempt at giving Michelle the lovely gift was turned into viral internet photos and videos because of her awkward reaction at the time. Now, more than a year later, she explains that it had nothing to do with the gift.