Michelle Obama attacks Donald Trump in her new book

Michelle Obama attacks Donald Trump in her new book

Michelle Obama attacks Donald Trump in her new book

"I realized that as I was 34 and 35, we had to do IVF", she said in excerpts from an ABC special set to air Sunday.

Obama, according to the Post, reportedly "felt, at times, bullied, stereotyped and underserved - particularly during her husband's 2008 campaign" when her critics tried to write her off as "angry or unbecoming".

Mr Trump's message, according to Mrs Obama, in words which appear in the book in bold print: "I can hurt you and get away with it".

Donald Trump has hit back at former First Lady Michelle Obama's attacks on him in her new book by calling her an attention seeker.

She also denounces Trump's "birther" campaign questioning her husband's citizenship, calling it bigoted and risky, "deliberately meant to stir up the wingnuts and kooks".

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Michelle Obama's memoir chronicles her life growing up on Chicago's South Side through her years inside the White House as a mother of two and the nation's first African-American first lady.

Obama also said her body "buzzed with fury" after hearing the "Access Hollywood" tape on which Trump bragged about being able to grab women with impunity.

Some accused Michelle Obama of hypocrisy.

"I'll never forgive him for what he did to our United States military by not funding it properly".

She revisits the thrill of her romance with Barack, which began when she was his advisor at a Chicago law firm, describing it as a "toppling blast of lust, gratitude, fulfillment, wonder".

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But throughout her husband's life in politics, she fought to balance public and private needs, and to maintain her self-esteem. She remembered being labeled "angry" and, by the Fox network, "Obama's Baby Mama".

The remarks faded from the news, but she sensed lasting damage, a "pernicious seed", a "perception" that she was "disgruntled and vaguely hostile".

She found confidence in repeating to herself a favorite chant: "Am I good enough?" A fact check from the New York Times a year ago notes that "The military budget did shrink slightly during the Obama administration as the United States pulled out of combat operations, and because of the budget restrictions imposed by Congress known as sequestration".

Mrs. Obama called the conspiracy "crazy and mean-spirited", and said it endangered her family.

She told the television station: "We sit in our own pain, thinking that somehow we're broken".

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Last year, she launched a program to help empower girls worldwide through education.

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