Barack Obama and Joe Biden's bromance might have to step aside for a bit. The sisterhood between Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama is seriously thriving post-election, and it's the perfect ray of sunshine that we all probably need right about now. After hearing Michelle Obama's comments about female Trump voters, Clinton had some strong words of her own. On Sept. 27, Obama sat down with author Roxane Gay for a Q&A session and discussed the 53 percent of women who voted for Donald Trump.
Another day, another call to impeach the president. After a weekend of President Donald Trump lashing out at the NFL, Puerto Rican leaders, and even his own secretary of state, it seems like the internet has had enough. All day on Sunday, a hashtag about why we must impeach Trump in 7 words was trending on Twitter. It's not the first time that Twitter has called for impeaching or otherwise removing Trump from office. In fact, Twitter does it all
No matter where you stand politically, there are some things you kinda to appreciate about Barack Obama. For example – he has more charisma than pretty much everyone in the world combined, his relationship with Michelle is forever #goals, and he's a great dad. The latter was proven (once again) when the former president recently opened up about about his relationship with his eldest daughter. Basically, it turns out that Barack Obama cried when he dropped Malia at college, and pass the tissues
Missing the former first lady already? You're not alone. As it turns out, some people think she'd be the best bet to serve the White House again — but this time, she'd be at the helm. As he wrote in an op-ed for , former Bill Clinton pollster Douglas E. Schoen thinks Michelle Obama would dominate the 2020 election for the Democratic party. Pretty much since the election ended and current President Donald Trump took office, Democrats, pundits, and concerned Americans alike been chattering about