First Lady Michelle Obama built on the positive momentum Hillary Clinton gained from the first presidential debate by taking apart Donald Trump in Philadelphia, PA.
While campaigning for Hillary Clinton in Virginia, First Lady Michelle Obama reduced Trump to a pile of orange rubble, by unloading on the character of the Republican nominee.
Denial of reality is alive and well in Republican ranks. We have already seen how right-wing talking heads exploded at Michelle Obama’s words about the White House being built by slaves:
“That is the story of this country. The story that has brought me to the stage tonight. The story of generations of people who felt the lash of bondage, the shame of servitude, the sting of segregation, who kept on striving, and hoping, and doing what needed to be done. So that today, I wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves. And I watch my daughters — two beautiful intelligent black young women — play with the dog on the White House lawn.”
According to preliminary Nielsen numbers, 26 million viewers tuned into the star-studded opening night of the DNC – three million more than the Republican gathering took in.
"Don't let anyone ever tell you that this country is not great, that somehow we need to make it great again. Because this right now is the greatest country on Earth."
First Lady Michelle Obama delivered the best slam on Trump of the night at the Democratic convention.
Trump is finally admitting, through the Trump Organization, that his wife ripped off First Lady Obama during her Republican convention speech.
The New York Daily News blasted the Trump campaign with a picture of a triumphant looking Donald Trump pointing at his wife, with the caption, "Thanks Mrs. Obama!"
Just when Republicans thought that it couldn't get worse, First Lady Michelle Obama spoke out against everything Donald Trump represents while addressing graduates at the CCNY commencement ceremony.
Friday Fox Follies was sure this week's column would be a slam dunk after Michelle Obama's forceful speech on race at Tuskegee University, aka Speechifying While Black™. But then her husband had to open his big mouth: Obama Swipes at Fox: Pushing Narrative That Poor People Are 'Leeches'. No biggie. Add a few words here and there and --- voila! --- an All Obama!!! All The Time!!! column. However, that plan was dashed as Conservatives Quickly Try to Turn Stephanopoulos into the 'Next Brian Williams.'
We need to call out the appalling in our midst. And we should never, ever, apologize for telling the truth about them
Huckabee, whose son hung a dog, attacks Michelle Obama for letting her kids listen to Beyoncé, and accuses Jay-Z of pimping his wife
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Thursday, Reverend Jacques Degraff, a Democratic strategist and Fox News contributor, shredded host Elisabeth Hasselbeck for arguing that black Americans lives have been made more difficult by President Obama.
Even as The First Family, the Obamas aren't immune to racial prejudice. President and First Lady Obama told People magazine about some of the prejudices that they had faced.
There has been an ongoing Republican crusade to eradicate any legislative accomplish this President supported since the Koch brothers took control of the House after the 2010 midterms.
Republicans are going for the full monty of childish behavior. Gone are the real policy complaints. Now they stand naked before the nation demanding cuts to Michelle Obama's healthy school lunch program.
First Lady Michelle Obama, Sasha, Malia, Bo, and Sunny greeted the Botek family and four Clydesdale horses wearing jingle bells as they arrived at the North Portico to deliver the official White House Christmas tree.
The St. Louis police officer who shot and killed 18-year-old Vonderrit Myers, Jr. last month was inadvertently identified by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department when his name was included in an evidence envelope when Myers' body was delivered to the funeral home.
Georgia State Senator Fran Millar, a Republican representing Dunwoody in DeKalb County, is apparently angry over the recent decision by county CEO Lee May to offer Sunday voting to county precincts ahead of this November's elections.
ABC's Robin Roberts asked First Lady Michelle Obama what her next act will be after she leaves the White House, and she flatly rejected doing anything political.