Health food enthusiast Michelle Obama participated in an #AskTheFirstLady question and answer session on Twitter.com yesterday.
One of the first questions (which was surely pre-planned) came from a well-known President Obama impersonator who asked Mrs. Obama how many calories she burns when she turns up. “Turn up” is ghetto slang for get down.
Head of Secret Service on the hot seat after it was revealed fence jumper made it all the way inside the White House
White House fence jumper Omar Gonzalez was not tackled just inside the door of the White House as was originally claimed by the Secret Secret.
Joan Rivers may have crossed the line when she joked about first lady Michelle Obama after officiating a same-sex wedding recently.
While other teenagers spend their summer splashing in the pool or frolicking on a beach, President Obama’s daughter Malia, 16, will be collecting a paycheck as a production assistant on the new CBS show ‘Extant’. Malia probably drives to work every day. According to Mrs. Obama, Malia already has her license.
First Daughter Malia Obama turns 16 on July 4, and her mom, Michelle Obama, says one of Malia’s plans will be to apply for her learner’s permit. “Look out, everyone!” Mrs. Obama told Access Hollywood in an interview. Malia is taking driving lessons in preparation to hit the streets in 2 months.
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First Lady Michelle Obama finally joined the “Bring Back Our Girls” movement. The movement seeks to bring worldwide attention to the 223 missing schoolgirls who were kidnapped from their beds by armed Boko Haram militants last month. The Boko Haram leader, who has taken responsibility for the kidnappings, claims he sold the girls as sex slaves for as little as $12 each.
Mrs. Obama and President Obama failed to show concern for the missing girls until they could no longer ignore the headlines.
Shame on them.
President Barack Obama and his well-heeled family — first lady Michelle Obama and their daughters Malia and Sasha — attended Sunday’s Easter service at the 19th Street Baptist Church, where he also visited the Sunday before his first inauguration in 2009.
The very Reverend Dr. Derrick Harkins oversaw the service — as he did in 2009.
“Let me just say, to the first family, to the President of the United States, Barack Obama, to the first lady of the United States, and Miss Malia and Sasha, we welcome you,” Harkins said, according to a pool reporter at the service.