Michelle Obama declares Herself America’s ‘Forever First Lady’: Is her statement justified?

Screenshot from TIME on Youtube Michelle Obama Tells Students She's Their 'Forever First Lady' At College Signing Day Event | TIME

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Recently, Michelle Obama, 54, addressed an 8000-strong gathering of high school seniors at the College Signing day event at Temple University, Philadelphia. During this event, Obama stated that she is the “Forever first lady” of America.

Michelle Obama received a huge applause from the audience while stating that “I know you are me, and if I can be standing here as your forever first lady, then you can do anything you put your mind to”. According to a Gallup survey, Michelle Obama had the highest approval rating in the Obama government, even more than her husband and Vice President Joe Biden at around 68 percent.

Her statement received a mixed reaction from news analysts. Some argued that she is among the most popular first ladies. Whereas, others believe that Michelle should show some respect for the current First Lady, Melania Trump.

This scenario instigated a debate over social media regarding whether the Michelle Obama’s statement about being the Forever First Lady of America is Justified?

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