Michelle Obama’s true 2020 intentions are the great unknown in this Presidential Election.
Pundits such as Rush Limbaugh are predicting Democrats will nominate Michelle Obama at their convention next summer.
And now Michelle Obama saw this one poll result that answered every Democrat’s biggest 2020 question.
For the second year in a row, Michelle Obama topped the Gallup poll question for most admired woman in America with ten percent of the vote.
Current First Lady Melania Trump came in second with five percent of the vote.
But the real story of this poll was the declining support for the Obamas.
Last year Michelle Obama earned the title of most admired woman in America with 15 percent of the vote.
This year Obama’s support declined by one third.
Similarly, Barack Obama tied Donald Trump for the Gallup’s list of most admired man in America after winning the poll question multiple years in a row.
Many political pundits still think the reason Barack Obama has not yet endorsed a candidate in the 2020 primary is because Obama has been keeping his powder dry to endorse his wife at a contested convention.
That speculation only heightened when Obama claimed in a speech that women were better leaders than men and the world’s problems are caused by old men not stepping aside.
Obama’s refusal to endorse anyone and his broadside at old men hogging the leadership spotlight were seen as a rebuke of 77-year-old former Vice President Joe Biden.
The lack of support Obama offered Biden sticks out like a sore thumb.
And while Obama praised the idea of electing a woman president, Obama did not endorse any of the three remaining female candidates- Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren or Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar.
If Obama believed what he said about the world needing to elect female leaders, he would have endorsed Warren who is still hanging around the top of the polls in Iowa and New Hampshire.
Or Obama could have endorsed Klobuchar who the fake news media constantly claims is on the cusp of a surge in Iowa that will carry Klobuchar into serious contention for the nomination.
There is little chance Obama would ever endorse Gabbard because Gabbard routinely attacked the foreign policy of the Democrat Party establishment that Barack Obama speaks for.
But Obama did not endorse Klobuchar or Warren.
Instead, Obama may have a specific female candidate for president in mind when he made those remarks.
But the bloom may be off the rose for Barack and Michelle Obama.
Michelle Obama’s theory of the case, should she seek the nomination at a contested convention, is that only the former First Lady has the cross-partisan appeal to build a coalition that could defeat Donald Trump in a landslide.
The Gallup poll blew up that fantasy by revealing partisan divide on if Democrats and Republicans admired the Obamas.
Michelle Obama would pass on being run through the partisan meat grinder as just another candidate.
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