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Michelle Finally Unveiling The Real ‘Her’ And Strange Title She’s Been Hiding – Things Are Getting Weird

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For as much as Michelle Obama loves the spotlight and maintaining attention on her as to not be forgotten, she’s seems to have gone into hiding in recent months. Campaigning for the midterms is well underway and she promised to be a part of it but is nowhere to be seen.

While her absence is certainly welcome, many of us had eight years too much of Michelle, it apparently short lived. She’s back and different than ever dropping her title as First Lady and unveiling the real “her” on a new tour she’s about to embark on. The name of her big new adventure? Well, it’s making things feel all the more odd.

Get ready for Michelle’s big new debut!

Downtrend reports:

In advance of the upcoming release of “her” suspiciously titled memoir, “Becoming,” former first “lady” Michelle Obama announced this week that she intends to embark on an “#IAmBecoming” tour starting Nov. 13.

“I’m done with my book! I’ve learned a lot about myself and I’d like to share my story of BECOMING—the plainness, the blemishes, the crazy turns—with you on my book tour, beginning 11/13 in Chicago,” she tweeted Wednesday.

What did she mean by “crazy turns?” Are we to expect her to actually tell the honest, raw, truth about herself or will it be more self-obsessed Michelle melodrama to cash in on. The reality is, Michelle is probably not going to expose any of her secrets or true feelings on anything but her hate for the Trumps paired with anything she can come up with to make herself look good.

Downtrend continued:

She just set the title for her memoir as Becoming. Becoming what? A woman? Maybe this secret is too much for her to bear.

“I am proud of what I have created. I’m proud because it is candid, it’s honest, it’s totally and utterly me. I’m also a little frightened because it is so candid and honest and open,” she added in the strange video.

After serving as the first lady for eight years, you’d think Americans would already know everything about her. What’s there to be scared of?

It remains unclear what exactly she created. I’m partially inclined to want to know what she could possibly come up with the fill her arrogant soul and attribute an actual creation to herself of such magnitude that it’s life-altering to all. My curiosity just isn’t enough to spend a single cent on her book at the probable risk of being let down by some self-indulgent claim she’s contrived.

It will likely be something to the tune of empowering women to be brave and bold like her and referring to herself as a world changer. Now, if she were to really be “candid, honest, totally and utterly me,” as she claims, then she would answer some of our most burning questions about her personally. I think we all have a couple, or at least one …about her appearance…in mind.

It’s doubtful that’ll ever happen. This book is all about the bucks she can make on it, even if it means tricking people into reading and leaving them feeling let down.

LifeZette has more on this really confusing debut Michelle’s promising:

Michelle Obama announced a 10-city speaking tour to dovetail with the release of her upcoming memoir, “Becoming,” in an Instagram post on Wednesday.

The post, hashtagged “#IAmBecoming,” has since been viewed nearly 2 million times on Instagram.

The accompanying video, also released on Twitter, boasts over a million views in less than a day.

“It’s the story of my humdrum plainness, my tiny victories, my lasting bruises, my ordinary hopes and worries. It’s the story of who I am, truly, and I’m proud of it — blemishes and all,” said Obama in the post describing the book.

In the Instagram video, which was filmed in her office, she also mentioned that she is “a little frightened” about the book because it is “so candid and honest and open.”

“Becoming,” published by Penguin Random House, is described on the website devoted to the book and the tour: “Warm, wise and revelatory, ‘Becoming’ is the deeply personal reckoning of a woman of soul and substance who has steadily defied expectations — and whose story inspires us to do the same.”

The “stadium-sized,” 10-city tour will kick off in Chicago at the United Center, on the day her book is released — November 13, as the Chicago Tribune reported.

Early supporters of the book tour included U.S. House candidate Robin Kelly of Illinois and Olympic gold and silver medalist Diane Dixon, who both tweeted Thursday morning, appending the #IAmBecoming hashtag.

Use of the hashtag on Twitter was exceptionally limited, however.

Among the 11 verified (“blue check”) Twitter users who had used the hashtag as of about noon Eastern time on Thursday, one was from Obama herself, two were from her publisher, one was from an organization Obama selected to promote the book — and another was from Ticketmaster.

The news about Michelle Obama comes nearly at the same time as news about former Vice President Joe Biden: He’s getting his own Instagram program to help drive voters to the polls this fall in the 2018 midterm elections.

 

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Democratic California Sen. Kamala Harris refuted two of her potential 2020 presidential primary challengers on Wednesday when she stated that she does not agree with their acceptance of open borders.

“No, I believe that we need border security,” Harris told “The Daily Show’s” Trevor Noah when asked how she felt about former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke’s call to remove the already standing wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

“We need smart border security. We can’t have open borders, we need to have border security, all nations do,” she continued. “All nations define their borders, but we should not have a policy and perspective that is grounded in keeping people out for the sake of this nationalistic kind of thing this president is trying to push.”

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O’Rourke has long argued against a border wall, despite still claiming to be against open borders. Following President Donald Trump’s executive order in September to erect an 18-foot steel bollard wall to replace the existing pedestrian fencing in El Paso, Texas, the Democrat called the existing chain-link fence “bad enough.”

The failed senatorial candidate later revealed to MSNBC’s Chris Hayes that if he could snap his fingers and make his hometown of El Paso’s border wall disappear, he “absolutely” would. O’Rourke insisted in the past that the way to improve border safety and security is to “ensure that we are maximizing the potential from everyone … [and] treating each other with respect and dignity” and referred to Trump’s wall as an “expression of our smallness, our meanness, our fear to the rest of the world.”

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Democratic New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who launched a presidential exploratory committee in January, signaled her support for tearing down the existing barrier on the border when she was confronted with O’Rourke’s position.

“Well, I’d have to ask folks in that part of the of the country to see whether the fencing that exists today is helpful or unhelpful,” Gillibrand replied in February when asked about O’Rourke’s comments. “But, you know, Democrats are not afraid of national security or border security.”

“And [the wall] is a hateful message. I mean [Trump’s] trying to create a picture of division and hate and derision. And that’s what I’m so offended by — the fact that he’s fused this kind of racism in, ‎in his words and actions is just troubling,” she continued. “So, I could look at it and see which part he means and why and if it makes sense I could support it.”

Neither Gillibrand nor O’Rourke have officially entered the 2020 presidential race.

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