Michelle Obama Calls Out Women Who Voted for Trump

The former first lady, Michelle Obama, recently spoke about what she thinks about women who voted for president Trump back in 2016, and how she is surprised by the choice they made...

It's been a rocky couple of years since president Trump was elected in 2016, and whether you support him or not, one thing is for sure – the man attracts fire. The outspoken president isn't shy about saying the things that come to his mind, and maybe that's why many public figures aren't afraid to offer their opinion about Trump.

One of the latest voices to speak out about Trump is former first lady – Michelle Obama, who was elected as keynote speaker at the United State of Women Summit in Los Angeles. Mrs. Obama, who was joined by actress Tracee Ellis Ross, said that she was "concerned about us as women and how we think" when speaking about the election.

She continued in saying "When the most qualified person running was a woman, and look what we did instead, I mean that says something about where we are," and brought a sensitive issue into light by questioning how women presieve other women as leaders in the 2018.

Source: YouTube/The United States of Women