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Michelle Obama fury: Barack’s wife vows to never forgive Donald Trump, blames POTUS for daughters’ safety

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The Obamas and the Trumps have been at odds with each other for years. And during a previous interview, Michelle Obama vowed to never forgive the POTUS.

While speaking with The Washington Post, the ex-FLOTUS expressed his disappointment in the president for starting the birther conspiracy theory against her husband, Barack Obama.

“The whole birther thing was crazy and mean-spirited, of course, its underlying bigotry and xenophobia hardly concealed,” Michelle said.

Other than the fact that Trump’s birther theory was false, the ex-FLOTUS also said that the other thing that she hated most about it was how it put her daughters Malia and Sasha’s lives at risk.

“But it was also dangerous, deliberately meant to stir up the wingnuts and kooks. What if someone with an unstable mind loaded a gun and drove to Washington? What if that person went looking for our girls? Donald Trump, with his loud and reckless innuendos, was putting my family’s safety at risk. And for this I’d never forgive him,” Michelle said.

Meanwhile, this isn’t the only time that Michelle has fired back at Trump. Last year, she posted a cryptic tweet about diversity, which she is convinced Trump hasn’t been able to do.

“What truly makes our country great is its diversity. I’ve seen that beauty in so many ways over the years. Whether we are born here or seek refuge here, there’s a place for us all. We must remember it’s not my America or your America. It’s our America,” she tweeted.

Michelle has also opened up about Trump’s inauguration four years ago and said that it was such an emotional moment that left her and her children crying. After all, they were forced to leave the White House, which was their home for eight years.

“And then we had to meet the Trumps. That day was very emotional. And then to sit at that inauguration and to look around at a crowd that was not reflective of the country, and I had to sit in that audience as one of the handfuls of people of color. All that I had to hold on to over those last eight years, and it was a lot emotionally,” she said.

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