G. McConway
January 16, 2024

Bartiromo Address Possible Michelle Obama Candidacy with Rep. Donalds

There is a growing camp that believes this primary could be a setup for another Democrat to swoop in and take over the Democrat ticket.

The person that many believe will be “that person” is Michelle Obama.

Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo put that very question to Rep. Bryon Donalds (R-FL) during a recent appearance on her show.

A Big Concern

Bartiromo pulled no punches, asking Donalds point blank, “Is [Michelle Obama] a factor in the 2024 election?”

He replied, “I hear concerns, but the problem is: the guy that’s in her party that’s the head of our government sucks.

“He’s terrible at the job. So all her lament about people not wanting to show up… why would they show up for a guy who has raised their prices, who has had their kids removed from school longer than they should have been during Covid-19?

“Now the kids are being removed from school because migrants have nowhere to go because he’s brought too many migrants into the United States with his terrible policy. And, oh, by the way, the world is burning.”

Since he did what politicians do and answered the question that was in their head instead of what was actually asked, she asked him again, “Do you think Michelle Obama is running in November.”

Donalds finally dialed into the actual question, responding that he does not, saying that she is enjoying her private life too much.

I firmly agree and have openly stated many times that there is no way that I believe Michelle Obama is willing to give up the money and lifestyle she now enjoys.

She is not going to trade weekends on Spielberg’s yacht and Martha’s Vineyard for the White House… it’s not happening.

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