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The two-year-old thought the former first lady was a queen.
“I can't wait to share my story,” Obama said.
The former first lady took to Twitter to rave about the record-breaking movie.
“The ability to be the first African American painter, to paint the first African American president of the United States … It doesn’t get any better than that,” artist Kehinde Wiley said.
"H&M: have you lost your damned minds?” New York Times columnist Charles Blow tweeted.
The former first lady joined 17 other women in a tribute to the singer on her birthday that also aims to raise money for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
"Once a great first lady, still a great first lady," Shriver’s son, Tim, said to Obama at the awards ceremony, which also honored Air Force Master Sgt. Israel Del Toro.
“Chance has been taking that big, bright spotlight that follows him around, and he’s shining it on young people in our hometown of Chicago,” Obama said in a video message.
Shahidi has decided to attend former President Barack Obama's alma mater.
“Thank you for investing in our girls,” Michelle Obama said about the college scholarship program.
Recent incidents involving Maxine Waters, April Ryan and Susan Rice echo the treatment of Michelle Obama.
The former first lady wrote a letter of support for the teen actress.
“Stories of students reaching higher continue to inspire me,” the former first lady said of her emotional talk with students at an alternative high school.
The Obamas plan to donate a "significant portion of their author proceeds to charity," including the Obama Foundation, the publisher said in a statement.
In an interview, Winfrey said President Trump’s win made her rethink whether or not she could become President of the United States.
Event explored the work and legacy of the former president, who notable historians rank 12th among former presidents in a new C-SPAN survey.
Obama is “willing to participate in democracy because she chooses to,” said actress and protester Shailene Woodley.
In an emotional farewell address, Obama discussed American values and race in the U.S., and gave a tribute to his wife and daughters.
"You see, our glorious diversity — our diversities of faiths and colors and creeds — that is not a threat to who we are, it makes us who we are."
In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, the first lady talked about her time at the White House, including the presidential election, how Congress did not support her husband and her hope for the country.
Pamela Taylor, who called First Lady Michelle Obama an "ape in heels" on Facebook, will return to her position on December 23.
“I think anything that I felt about the election, I said. And I stand by,” the first lady told PEOPLE magazine.
"Hopefully the Muslims will eliminate him and mooshelle as queers," a Tennessee deputy director wrote on Facebook.
The director of a county nonprofit in West Virginia said she looks forward to having a "classy, beautiful, dignified" first lady rather than Michelle Obama, an "Ape in heels."