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Melania Trump SNUBBED Michelle Obama: First Lady IGNORED predecessor's offer for help

Melania Trump SNUBBED Michelle Obama: First Lady IGNORED predecessor's offer for help

Former first lady Michelle Obama embraces a student at her alma mater, Whitney M. Young Magnet High School, on Chicago's West Side, Monday, Nov. 12, 2018, a day before the launch of a book tour to promote her memoir, "Becoming".

During a Wednesday morning segment on Fox & Friends, host Ainsley Earhardt pointed out that the current first lady had lashed out at the former first lady after she revealed that she had been snubbed by Ms. Trump. It began during the early days of parenthood, when she says "She was mad at Barack because he prioritized himself in a way that I needed to but wasn't doing" and continued through the 2008 election, a time in which she went from being the more successful half of the couple to being "Somebody's Mrs." - a role she told Winfrey and the audience she was never interested in.

"To think that some crazed person might be ginned up to think my husband was a threat to the country's security; and to know that my children, every day, had to go to a school, and soccer games, parties, and travel; to think that this person would not take into account that this was not a game-that's something that I want the country to understand. And I came in, and I had to fix it", Trump said. "Donald Trump, with his loud and reckless innuendos, was putting my family's safety at risk. And he knew it wasn't true".

"It was about me exploring my sense of happiness".

"The news Tina gave me was so horrifying and sad I could barely process what she was saying", Obama wrote. "I think it's the worst thing that we do to each other as women, not share the truth about our bodies and how they work and how they don't work".

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"We felt the pressure from the minute we started to run". It wasn't even winning over Iowa. At one point, white supremacists had planned to shoot 88 black people, then decapitate another 14, before assassinating Barack Obama, who was the first black president in American history. But their lives had told them, 'No.

Now she hopes her story will help other women realize they're not alone. It wasn't until Barack won Iowa that people thought, Okay.

The cross-country Becoming book tour kicks off downtown later on Tuesday night, with a sold-out event at the United Center.

What do you make of Melania Trump's prickly retort to Michelle Obama's offer to counsel her?

"I've been back and had tea with her", Bush said.