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Speaking at New York's City College's Commencement, Michelle Obama referred to live in the White House as waking up in a house built by slaves.
“It's the story that I witness every day, when I wake up in a house that was built by slaves.”
Michelle Obama, June 3, 2016

In a People magazine interview, Michelle Obama claimed Barack Obama was a victim of racism in the form of difficulty flagging down taxis.
“Barack Obama was a black man that lived on the South Side of Chicago, who had his share of troubles catching cabs.”
Michelle Obama, December 10, 2014

In a People magazine interview, Michelle Obama claimed she was a victim of racism because someone asked her to help them while shopping at Target.
“I tell this story – I mean, even as the first lady – during that wonderfully publicized trip I took to Target, not highly disguised, the only person who came up to me in the store was a woman who asked me to help her take something off a shelf. Because she didn't see me as the first lady, she saw me as someone who could help her. Those kinds of things happen in life. So it isn't anything new.”
Michelle Obama, December 10, 2014

In a People magazine interview, Michelle Obama claimed Barack Obama was a victim of racism because someone once asked him to get them coffee.
“He was wearing a tuxedo at a black-tie dinner, and somebody asked him to get coffee.”
Michelle Obama, December 10, 2014

Appearing on NewsOne, Michelle Obama resorted to a stereotype while reaching out to African American voters to vote for Democrats.
“Absolutely, I give everyone full permission to eat some fried chicken after they vote, only after.”
Michelle Obama, November 3, 2014

At a rally Philadelphia, First Lady Michelle Obama did what she's perhaps best at, speaking down to peaple.
“So this is where, when I find people who are like, no, I ain’t going to vote, or I couldn’t wake up, or it doesn’t matter, or why, 20 votes decided who your Governor was in 2010, and it could decide who the Governor is this time.”
Michelle Obama, October 15, 2014

First Lady Michelle Obama repeatedly spoke in support of 'friend' Bruce Bailey while speaking at Drake University in Des Moines for Bruce Brailey.
“I am beyond thrilled to be here today to support your next Senator from Iowa, our friend Bruce Bailey.”
Michelle Obama, October 10, 2014

Speaking at the U.S. Africa Summit, Michelle Obama continued fighting in the War on Women, claiming women are smarter than men.
“We can’t waste this spotlight, it is temporary and life is short and change is needed and women are smarter than men. And the men can’t complain because you’re outnumbered today.”
Michelle Obama, August 6, 2014

First Lady Michelle Obama claimed credit for people drinking more water in an International Bottled Water Association press release.
“When the Drink Up campaign was launched last year, it had one simple goal – to get kids and families excited about drinking water. And today, less than a year later, we know that water sales jumped nearly three percent among people who saw Drink Up ads.”
Michelle Obama, July 24, 2014

Speaking at a LGBT Pride Month event at the White House, President Obama suggested White House pastry chef put crack in their pies, to which Michelle had to rebut.
“No he doesn't. There's no crack in our pies.”
Michelle Obama, June 30, 2014 Audio and/or video clip available

In yet another dietary lecture, First Lady Michelle Obama made an odd statement.
“Splurging is the key to life.”
Michelle Obama, April 21, 2014

In yet another lecture, First Lady Michelle Obama talked about her diet.
“I still splurge when I can, but that's why I try to exercise almost every day.”
Michelle Obama, April 21, 2014

Vacationing in China on the taxpayer's dollar, Michelle Obama claimed there were laws the descriminated against her in the United States.
“Many decades ago, there were actually laws in America that allowed discrimination against black people like me, who are a minority in the United States.”
Michelle Obama, March 25, 2014

Speaking at the Stanford Center at Peking University in Beijing, China, Michelle Obama complained about her husband.
“Let’s take my husband, for example. He has dragged me kicking and screaming into things that I wanted no parts of.”
Michelle Obama, March 22, 2014

Visiting a Miami community health center in support of Obamacare signups, Michelle Obama claimed they were doing God's work.
“These places are not easy places to run, but you are doing God’s work.”
Michelle Obama, March 5, 2014

In an online propoganda campaign with celebrity mothers, Michelle Obama claimed she was nagging us because she loves us.
“We nag you because we love you. So go to healthcare.gov and enroll today.”
Michelle Obama, March 2014 Audio and/or video clip available

Appearing on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Michelle Obama claimed young people need Obamacare because they're knuckleheads.
“And a lot young people think they're invincible. But the truth is, young people are knuckleheads. They're the ones who are cooking for the first time and slice their finger open, they're dancing on the bar stool.”
Michelle Obama, February 20, 2014 Audio and/or video clip available

Michelle Obama encouraged people to make Obamacare a Christmas treat.
“And we urge people to reach out. And if they signed up their child, then signed up -- sign up their friends. You know, if you've got grandkids, make it a Christmas treat around the table to talk about a little health care. You know, ring in the new year with a -- new coverage.”
Michelle Obama, December 18, 2013

in an interview on BET, Michelle Obama discussed President Obama's signing.
“But he sings all the time. Oh, yes, he’s in the bathroom all the time just singing.”
Michelle Obama, November 19, 2013

in an interview on BET, Michelle Obama discussed President Obama's signing.
“ I always say my husband has got swag. He’s got a little swag.”
Michelle Obama, November 19, 2013

Speaking at the African First Ladies Summit in Tanzania, Michelle Obama compared living in the White House to being in a prison.
“There are some prison elements to it, but it’s a really nice prison”
Michelle Obama, July 2, 2013

Not taking kindly to a lesbian activist's shouts, Michelle Obama threatened to leave a fundraiser.
“Listen to me or you can take the mic, but I'm leaving. You all decide. You have one choice.”
Michelle Obama, June 4, 2013

Speaking at Martin Luther King, Jr. Academic Magnet High School for Health Sciences and Engineering at Historic Pearl High in Nashville, First Lady Michelle Obama made sport of her husband's failures.
“And then there’s this guy, Barack Obama, who lost...I could take up a whole afternoon talking about his failures, but he lost his first race for Congress, and now he gets to call himself my husband.”
Michelle Obama, May 18, 2013 Audio and/or video clip available

In a Good Morning America interview, Michelle Obama falsely claimed a teen had been shot with an automatic weapon. ABC conveniently edited out her claim when the interview aired.
“She was standing out in a park with her friends in a neighborhood blocks away from where my kids grow, grew , up, where our house is. She had just taken a chemistry test. And she was caught in the line of fire because some kids had some automatic weapons they didn’t need.”
Michelle Obama, February 26, 2013

Michelle Obama went on the stump, advocating for early voting in case toilets overflow on election day.
“You wake up on Election Day—you might have a cold, babysitter gets sick, it’s raining, car broke down, I mean I could go on—toilet overflowing.”
Michelle Obama, October 19, 2012

Appearing on Larry King's CNN show, Michelle Obama confimed that she and her husband had a relationship with terrorist Bill Ayers.
“I don't know anyone in Chicago who's heavily involved in education policy who doesn't know Bill Ayers.”
Michelle Obama, October 8, 2008

With her husband's electoral hopes looking good, Michelle Obama proclaimed she was proud of her country for the first time in her adult life.
“What we have learned over this year is that hope is making a comeback. It is making a comeback. And let me tell you something, for the first time in my adult lifetime, I am really proud of my country.”
Michelle Obama, February 18, 2008 Audio and/or video clip available

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