America 'needs an adult' in White House: Michelle Obama

America 'needs an adult' in White House: Michelle Obama

During Monday's presidential debate, Hillary Clinton brought up Donald Trump's treatment of women, specifically one woman, 1997 Miss Universe victor Alicia Machado.

U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama on Wednesday slammed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump criticizing him for his "erratic and threatening" behavior that would put America at risk. "We know the past, that First Lady Michelle Obama does not love campaigning, but she's out there for Clinton, with her own soaring approval ratings, " he said, as if it was something she should be applauded for. They have dealt major blows to opponent Donald Trump in TV ads attacking his image.

In Philadelphia, Obama concentrated on what she described as character and values, drawing a sharp contrast between the NY businessman and his rival, the former secretary of state, senator and first lady. "And Hillary went back into the years and. found the girl and talked about her like she was Mother Teresa, and it wasn't quite that way, but that's OK".

With only weeks left to campaign, Team Clinton has each of the star Democrats on the trail for Hillary.

Now they line up alongside a Murderer's Row of surrogates - a sitting president, a former president, a sitting vice president, and other luminaries such as Sen.

"Remember it's not about voting for the ideal candidate", Obama added.

She continued: "Experience matters". This will be the first year Buffaloe is old enough to vote in a presidential election, and she said she looks forward to encouraging her friends to do the same.

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After a rally Thursday in Bedford, N.H., the Republican presidential nominee stuck to his lie about Clinton, who has never questioned Obama's birthplace of Hawaii.

"Hillary has been a lawyer, a law professor, first lady of Arkansas, first lady of the United States, a US senator, secretary of state", she listed, "That's why I'm inspired by Hillary". Questions that can not be blamed on others or swept under the rug by an insincere sentence at a press conference.

Acknowledging surveys that show many millennials uninspired by either of the two major party candidates, Obama urged them not to choose a third-party candidate or stay home "out of frustration".

"As someone who has seen the presidency up close and personal, let me shared with you what I've learned about this job". "It is imperative that we elect Hillary Clinton as our next president". "That's why I believe in her", she says in the video.

"We can't afford to be exhausted or turned off, not now", she said.

Michelle Obama used the business mogul's remarks from Monday's presidential debate about possibly avoiding federal taxes and benefitting from the housing bubble burst of 2008 to warn potential voters.