When the matters come on being the first lady, Melania Trump has outwardly decided against the option of phone friend. Michelle Obama stated that the current First Lady of the United States has not arrived for her advice, thank you very much.

During an interview, Robin Roberts of ABC freeze to the forthcoming autobiography of Obama “Becoming”. Roberts acclaimed about the sayings of Laura Bush which stated towards her successor that she was there for her if she needed. According to her,  “If you need any help, I’m a phone call away”. Roberts recollected that Bush told Obama about an offer that extended by Obama to the woman who pursued her in the East Wing, Melania Trump. While Roberts questioned that whether Trump had taken her up on the offer, the reply of Obama was brief: ”No”.

After the election, while Obama met with Melania Trump once for an informal private conversation with tea, was vividly trying to avoid the questions about the current inhabitant of the White House.

Obama said, “One of the things you learn as a farmer, it’s, like, I don’t judge what a current is doing, you know?” “So I’d prefer not to, you know, speak on what she’s doing versus what I did because I think every first lady approaches this job differently.”

Her feelings about the Trump administration is quite clear. In “Becoming” based on the chapters has been read by her during the interview of ABC, Michelle Obama wrote about the Introduction Day in 2017. According to her, “The vibrant diversity of the two previous inaugurations was gone… Someone from Barack’s administration might have said that the optics there were bad – that what the public saw didn’t reflect the president’s reality or ideals. But in this case, maybe it did. Realizing it, I made my own optic adjustment: I stopped even trying to smile”.

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