Michelle Obama is no fan of Donald Trump.
That’s no secret.
But new revelations expose just how badly Michelle Obama melted down when Trump won the election.
The Obama’s were among the millions of liberals shocked on election night.
They could not believe Trump won.
And the former First Lady handled it just about as badly as you would expect.
She told friends she compared it to a funeral.
People Magazine reports:
“As for the former first lady, she too campaigned forcefully against Trump last fall but has, since his election, not publicly shared her thoughts about him. Privately, is another story. To visitors last December, she joked about needing mourning attire that she would call “the black series.”
“I’m going all black for the next couple of years,” she joked.”
So much for “When they go low, we go high.”
This childish insult was a continuation of her campaign trail attacks on Trump.
Left-wing media outlets fawned over her speeches attacking the GOP nominee.
The Washington Post gushed about her October speech given in New Hampshire:
“It’s been six days since a hot-mic tape in which Donald Trump makes a series of lewd and sexually suggestive comments about women went public. But until first lady Michelle Obama stepped on the podium at a campaign rally for Hillary Clinton on Thursday in New Hampshire, no public figure has so effectively encapsulated how this moment has made many American women feel.
An at-times emotional Obama admitted that she “couldn’t stop thinking about” the comments made by Trump and had to address them in her speech.” It has shaken me to my core in a way that I couldn’t have predicted,” she added. Her speech reflected just how much Trump’s remarks affected her…
…Obama’s speech will go down as one of the most important of this political cycle, a moment in which she crystallized the feelings of many women in the wake of the Trump tape. She was outraged, yes, but also hurt — for herself and for women more broadly. And she expressed all of those emotions in ways you rarely see any politician (or private citizen do) — particularly one as well known as Obama.“
While that speech set a tingle up the legs of so-called “mainstream” media journalists, it didn’t hold much sway with the American people.
Trump defeated Clinton despite Michelle Obama going all out on the campaign trail.
Her feud with Trump continued when she threatened Trump over his plan to roll back her big government school lunch mandates.
Trump was simply responding to the will of the voters who elected him President.
They demanded a President who would turn the page on the failures of the last eight years.
So they elected a candidate who posed the greatest threat to the status quo.
Donald Trump’s victory was just as much a rejection of her as it was her husband’s presidency and Clinton’s scandal plagued career.
In one sense, Obama was right that she should dress for a funeral.
Except what was being buried was her and her husband’s legacy.