In her memoir, former US First Lady Michelle Obama has ripped President Trump's spreading of the "birther" conspiracy theory against her husband Barack Obama. "Donald Trump, with his loud and reckless innuendos, was putting my family's safety at risk".
"I want you all to learn how to be advocates for yourself in this life because people will try to take your voice and shape it in a way that has nothing to do with who you are", she said.
Trump didn't specifically address the former first lady's comments, but he made a statement about former President Obama's administration and how it dealt with the military.More news: South Africa bowl first; Marsh and Zampa in for Australia
The Washington Post reports that Barack was absent a lot during the process, and Michelle had to do a lot of it on her own, including self-administering the injections. In her memoir, Michelle Obama described their actions as "crazy and mean-spirited".
The revelations heated up debates ahead of the book's presentation, which is slated to be hosted by Oprah Winfrey and set Ms. Obama's book tour in motion.More news: Harvick No Longer Locked Into Championship 4 After Texas Post-Race Penalty
In "Becoming", Mrs. Obama lets loose a blast of anger at President Donald Trump, writing how she reacted in shock the night she learned he would replace her husband in the Oval Office and tried to "block it all out". Despite being the ex-president of the United States of America (USA), the family is still well respected in Washington. "But it was also unsafe, deliberately meant to stir up the wingnuts and kooks", she wrote. It was depleted. Everything was old and exhausted. The Obamas met at the Chicago law firm Sidley Austin LLP, and Michelle was sceptical at first.
"I don't blame Michelle Obama for being angry about the attacks she and her husband faced, and I don't blame Tucker for being fired up for the nastiness".
She also can't believe so many women voted for a "misogynist" after all Trump has said.
"I've never been a fan of politics, and my experience over the last 10 years has done little to change that".More news: Pakistan comprehensively beat New Zealand by 6 wickets in second ODI