As if Hillary Clinton’s accusations and blaming of everyone around her for her humiliating loss of the 2016 presidential elections weren’t enough, former First Lady Michelle Obama has also taken the podium in Boston this Wednesday, questioning the decisions of women who didn’t cast a ballot for her, saying that they “voted against their own voice.”
Her remarks came as she was discussing her process for writing her upcoming book, during a Q&A session at Inbound, where she was a keynote speaker.
In her speech, Obama told the crowd on why she believed she was successful, saying it was because she stayed true to her “authentic self,” but complaining how she feels that not everyone didnthe same, using the latest election as an example.
“Quite frankly, we saw this in this election. As far as I’m concerned, any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice,” said Michelle, going on to explain how the women who thought that Trump’s voice was better for them, didn’t like their own voice.
“He’s better for me. His voice is more true to me.’ Well, to me that just says, you don’t like your voice. You like the thing you’re told to like,” she explained, referring directly to the sitting president.
It is clear that Michelle is upset about Trump taking office since she campaigned for Hillary last year, even going against Clinton’s critics saying, “When they go low, we go high.” But since leaving office, the Obamas have kept a low profile, avoiding discussing the matter until recently.
But it seems that the Obamas have had a change of heart, saying that they hope for the best from the Trump administration despite their previous opposition.
“We want the sitting president to be successful, because we live in this country,” said Obama. “He is our commander-in-chief. He was voted in. We may not like it, but it happened.”
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