Michelle Obama rips Trump into a new book

WASHINGTON – Former first lady Michelle Obama explodes President Donald Trump in his new book, remembering how he reacted in shock the night he learned he would replace his husband in the Oval Office and tried to "block" all".

In his book "Becoming", which will be released on Tuesday, Obama candidly writes about everything, from being subjected to the racist comments to the first struggles in his marriage to Barack Obama, when he began his political career and often went away.

She writes that she met a counselor "a handful of times" and realized she was more "responsible" for her happiness than she had achieved. "This was my turning point," explains Obama. "My moment of self-arrest."

Obama denounces Trump to boast in 2005, on the infamous "Access Hollywood" registration, on the sexual assault of women. He also accuses him of using body language to "track" Hillary Clinton, his opponent in 2016, during an election debate. He writes Trump by following Clinton on the stage, standing nearby and "trying to diminish his presence".

The message of Trump, according to Obama, in the words that appear in the book in the dark press: "I can hurt you and get away with it".

The Associated Press bought an initial copy of "Becoming", one of the most anticipated political books in recent memory. Obama is admired all over the world and offered a few ample comments about his years in the White House. And the memories of former first ladies are usually best-sellers.

Obama launches his promotional tour this month not in a bookstore, but at the United Center in Chicago, where tens of thousands of people are looking for tickets from just under $ 30 to thousands of dollars to attend the event moderated by Oprah Winfrey . Other stops are planned in large arenas across the nation, with guests including Reese Witherspoon and Sarah Jessica Parker. Ten percent of the tickets for each event are donated to charities, schools and local groups.

"Becoming" is part of a collective agreement with former president Barack Obama, whose memorial is expected next year, which is believed to be worth tens of millions of dollars. The Obama said they will donate a "significant share" of their proceeds from charitable authors, including the Obama Foundation.

Michelle Obama has long declared that she has no interest in running, even though she held some campaign-style meetings before middle-length negotiations that invited people to register to vote. The rallies were part of his work as a non-partisan non-party co-chair, When We All Vote.

Last year launched a program to help girls around the world through education. The Global Girls Alliance aims to support over 1,500 grassroots organizations fighting the challenges that girls encounter in their communities.

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