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Michelle Obama scolds female Trump voters

Michelle Obama scolds female Trump voters

Too many voters were suckered into the media narrative that Trump and Clinton were equally bad when even the most casual common sense examination of the two candidates revealed this not to be true.

"Any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice", the former first lady said to a round of applause at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.

Refinery29 shared an excerpt from the record-setting book Wednesday, in which Clinton reveals that after adding it all up, she found the amount of time she spent in the hair and makeup chair during the campaign totaled "600 hours, or 25 days", she wrote.

Mrs Obama, who has stayed largely out of the political fray since leaving the White House, made the remark at a Boston conference. "You like the thing you're told to like".

In an Irish television exclusive, Ryan Tubridy will sit the down with the former US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. "We think in our heads 'maybe I'm wrong.' We have to be ideal". "He is our commander in chief, he was voted in", she said, adding that she knows from experience that "it is very hard to lead when you have a peanut gallery of people who don't know what they're talking about second-guessing what you do". He was voted in. While 94 percent of black women voted for Clinton, a majority 52 percent of white women supported Trump, according to CNN.

In the memoirs, she speaks of her own responsibility for her election loss, and her reaction to the news that she had been defeated by the controversial and amateur politician, Donald Trump. "We think 12 times before we open our mouths - "Well, maybe I'm wrong.' We think that before I can speak up, it has to be ideal, while the guy is like, 'Blah, blah, blah"." she said.

Mrs Obama and her husband, former President Barack Obama, campaigned for Mrs Clinton during last year's election.

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