Oprah Winfrey interviewed former First Lady Michelle Obama about her new book, “Becoming,” at the United Center in Chicago.
The book is about Michelle’s life story and the interview covered a wide range of topics.
The Chicago Tribune reports:
“I’m finally claiming, my story is the quintessential American story,” she told a sold-out audience of 14,000 people at the United Center on Tuesday night. “Yes, I’m black. Yes, I’m a woman and yes, I grew up working class and my parents didn’t get to finish college.
“How dare someone tell me I don’t love my country.”
Michelle is also talking about her book and life with many news outlets.
In an NBC interview, Michelle discussed her relationship with former President George W. Bush.
Former first lady Michelle Obama said that her oft-admired friendship with former President George W. Bush serves as a reminder of how relationships should be during a time when America only sees all the “nasty parts” of political discourse.
In an interview released Wednesday on NBC, Obama told Bush’s daughter, Jenna Bush Hager, who is also a correspondent on “Today,” that her relationship with Bush “reminds us that we can get there with the right leadership and with the right tone setting and with each of us giving one another the benefit of the doubt.”
Michelle’s book launch is generating national news coverage.
“CNN Tonight with Don Lemon” discussed Michelle’s interview with Oprah.
Michelle is an example of American exceptionalism where anyone can succeed but, unfortunately, she views big government, not individual liberty, as the path to success.