Donald Trump goes off on Michelle Obama's memoir 'Becoming'

Donald Trump goes off on Michelle Obama's memoir 'Becoming'

"We sit in our own pain, thinking that somehow we're broken". In one section of the book, she talked about the feeling of having a miscarriage.

Mrs Obama told ABC's Good Morning America she felt "lost and alone" after her miscarriage 20 years ago.

Mrs. Obama, said they underwent fertilization treatments to conceive daughters Sasha and Malia, now 17 and 20. For anyone who lived in a cave from 2011 to 2016, Trump burst onto the political scene by repeatedly insisting Barack Obama was secretly a Kenyan-born Muslim and a liar and an illegitimate president.

"We had to do IVF", she told ABC, in excerpts of an interview that will air in full on Sunday. The election was challenging, especially due to the fact that people characterized her as unpatriotic and "an angry black woman". Michelle Obama wrote. "What if that person went looking for our girls?"

She further advices young couples who struggle and think that somehow there is something wrong with them to make use of the same therapy they used.

When asked for his comments on Michelle Obama's strong words against him in her upcoming memoir, Donald Trump resorted to spouting unsubstantiated claims (aka lies). "I love the honesty and the humor and the beauty with which she addressed the romance of her marriage and the tribulations of her marriage and motherhood, and all of those things that we as women all can relate to".

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It is one of the most awaited books about U.S. politics in years, and Obama does not mince words about her husband's successor, and his involvement in promoting the idea that Barack Obama was born overseas.

But what stung the most, she says, was the continuous, false allegations that her husband was a secret Muslim, born overseas. 'So I started working out more and I started asking for help more.

Mrs Obama will launch her promotional tour for the book at in front of tens of thousands of people at Chicago's United Centre - the home arena of the NBA's Chicago Bulls - next week at an event moderated by Oprah Winfrey.

Another added: "She showed us that as females we can still speak our minds and like not have to fade into the background". It was depleted, everything was old and exhausted, and I came in and I had to fix it and I'm in the process of spending tremendous amounts of money.

In her memoir, the former first lady also revealed that she had to deal with racist comments as well as rocky times during her marriage to Barack Obama, who was often away in the course of his career, so they had to see a marriage counselor.

The Harvard-trained lawyer said her marriage has benefitted greatly from therapy. "I knew that I would never allow myself to get that banged up again", she writes.