Michelle Obama To Run For President Of The US in 2020!?

U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama waves after speaking during the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S., on Monday, July 25, 2016. The Democratic National Committee gloated as Republicans struggled to project unity during the party's national convention, but they are now facing a similar problem after their leader resigned on the eve of their own gathering. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Donald Trump, who two days ago became the 45th President of the United States, and that simply kills some liberals, who have already begun plotting to rip him out of office come 2020. In their despair and lack of any other option to soothe their pain, they are now focusing on finding an opponent to run for President in 2020. And instead of suggesting a legitimate political rival who actually knows what to do, they are getting their hopes up for former First Lady, Michelle Obama.

“If Clinton can’t be the first female president, then Mrs. Obama would be the perfect alternative, which is why thousands of people on Twitter were encouraging her to run for president in four years,” Obama fans claimed.

While she obviously lacks any political experience — unless designing disgusting school lunch meals counts — but that did not stop her fans from pining for her rise to power.

“I truly hope #MichelleObama runs for president in 2020,” one user wrote.

“This would be the most iconic thing to ever happen in history #Michelle2020,” another tweeted.

This broad support for her potential candidacy wasn’t in fact surprising, given the 64 percent favorability rating she has gotten, that was significantly higher than the rating of her husband, former President Barack Obama, reports Conservative Tribune.

Her fans are still urging for her candidacy, even though she, as well as her husband, have dismissed that option.

“Let me tell you, there are three things that are certain in life: death, taxes and Michelle is not running for president,” he said in January in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. “That I can tell you.”

However, he did promise that he and his wife plan to remain “very active in the public life of this country” after leaving office.

Let’s just hope that this nightmare doesn’t become reality – not now, not in 2020, not EVER!


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