US News Concern for Michelle Obama: Former First Lady reassures the fans
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In her podcast Obama talked about going through "emotional ups and downs" at the moment. In addition to the corona pandemic, they were particularly hard hit by the "ongoing racist unrest" in the United States. You are dealing with a "mild depression".
She thinks of teachers, students, doctors and nurses
Obama goes on to say that she thinks "of the people out there who risk their lives for the rest of us," as she explained in her podcast. The former first lady speaks of doctors, nurses and systemically relevant professions of all kinds, among other things. She also thinks of teachers, students and parents who pondered how things should go with school. And she thinks "of all the people out there who are organizing and protesting for a little more justice in our country".
Barack Obama head-on attacks his rival Donald Trump
© Provided by Vanity Fair War of the Chiefs. Barack Obama did not hesitate, Thursday, July 30, to attack directly Donald Trump . He accuses the administration of his successor of repressing the freedom of expression of anti-racist demonstrators. Indeed, the Republican president mobilized a hundred agents in Portland who carried out muscular interventions of several dozen demonstrators accused of inciting public disorder and violence.
It just doesn't feel "real" to them that everyone should feel okay right now with everything that happens. "So I hope that you all allow yourself to feel whatever you are feeling." She hopes that everyone will listen to themselves and reflect for a moment about what is in store for the USA and what one can do about it oneself. Obama thanked again for the many messages and hopes that people will take care of family and friends equally. "Don't be afraid to offer them a shoulder to lean on or ask for it yourself."
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Trump questions Kamala Harris's American nationality ... as he did with Obama .
© Copyright 2020, The Obs Donald Trump gave credit on Thursday August 13 to disputed comments circulating on social networks on the ineligibility of the running mate of his Democratic rival Joe Biden for the presidential election in November. Yet Kamala Harris was born in Oakland, California in 1964, to a Jamaican father and an Indian mother.