Michelle Obama Subtly Shades Donald Trump’s Twitter Habits

Michelle Obama Subtly Shades Donald Trump’s Twitter Habits

Michelle Obama was the First Lady of the United States for eight years, making her an expert on proper etiquette for public figures. “When you have a voice, you just can’t use it any kind of way,” she said in a sit-down chat with poet Elizabeth Alexander. You don’t tweet every thought," she said. Her comments sent the audience into an uproar of laughter because of the obvious shade thrown in President Donald Trump's direction (or the “Tweeter-in-Chief” as CNN calls him). “I’m not talking about anybody in particular. I’m talking about us all,” she clarified. However, moments later, Obama added just one more jab.“You need to think and spell it right and have good grammar, too," she said with a laugh. The jury is still out on what he meant by that. “We raise [our girls] to be strong, and sometimes we take care not to hurt men,” she said. “And I think we pay for that a little bit.” “It’s powerful to have strong men, but what does that strength mean?

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Michelle Obama was the First Lady of the United States for eight years, making her an expert on proper etiquette for public figures. At The Obama Foundation Summit in Chicago Wednesday, Obama spoke about the power of sharing your voice with what appeared to be remarks targeting one person in particular.

“When you have a voice, you just can’t use it any kind of way,” she said in a sit-down chat with poet Elizabeth Alexander.

“You don’t just say what’s on your mind. You don’t tweet every thought,” she said.

Her comments sent the audience into an uproar of laughter because of the obvious shade thrown in President Donald Trump’s direction (or the “Tweeter-in-Chief” as CNN calls him).

“I’m not talking about anybody in particular. I’m talking about us all,” she clarified.

However, moments later,…

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