When Hillary Clinton was shockingly defeated by Donald Trump, liberals and independents struggled to find a candidate to run for the White House in 2020. People with lots of political influence came up with one name – Michelle Obama.
Millennials and minorities are already another Obama White House.
Here is what people are saying if a Michelle Obama presidency in 2020 became a reality for America.
“Dear @MichelleObama, I know you wanted to be done with the White House but we’re going to need you to run for president in 4 years,” Eric Balfour tweeted.
Another user came up with her campaign slogan: “Michelle Obama 2020 ‘i’ll fix this’”
“Remember this tweet. Michelle Obama will run for president in 2020”
“Michelle Obama for president 2020! Already speaking it to existence”
Others vow that they will change their lifestyle and be better citizens in Michelle runs for president.
“MICHELLE IF YOU RUN FOR PRESIDENT 2020 I WILL EAT ALL MY VEGGIES AND DO GREAT IN SCHOOL PLEASE”
“Michelle Obama should’ve run for president I don’t mind eating whole-grain chicken wings,” one user joked, hinting at Michelle Obama’s progressive stance on nutrition and healthy foods for American students.
More people, some several thousands, are eager to begin campaigning for her even though there are more than 1,400 days until the next presidential election – they are that upset about having Donald Trump representing America.
“Michelle Obama 2020, I’m starting to campaign now”
“Is it too early to ask Michelle Obama to start campaigning for 2020? #ElectionNight”
“I’m gonna need Michelle Obama to hurry up & get this 2020 campaign started …”
One woman from Detroit summed up the sentiment exactly.
“Michelle Obama 2020 please Michelle Obama 2020 please Michelle Obama 2020 please”
Hillary Clinton may have hinted at a first lady’s campaign in her concession speech.
“To Barack and Michelle Obama, our country owes you an enormous debt of gratitude,” Clinton said. “We thank you for your graceful, determined leadership that has meant so much to so many Americans and people across the world.”
Clinton went on to urge young girls and women not to lose hope or give up on the fight for equality.
“Now, I know we have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling, but someday someone will — and hopefully sooner than we might think right now,” she said, to loud applause.
Despite public opinion, Michelle Obama said in a speaking event at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas: “I will not run for president. No, nope, not going to do it.”
Do you think Michelle Obama will run for president in 2020? Could she defeat Trump?
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