What was Michelle Obama thinking after Trump's inauguration? 'Bye, Felicia'

What was Michelle Obama thinking after Trump's inauguration? 'Bye, Felicia'

It's hard not to think #relationshipgoals when you look at Barack and Michelle Obama.

"We've got to go.'" Between the sleepover mayhem and "the Tiffany's box" that Melania Trump gave her, "it was just all a lot", said Obama. On The Tonight Show Tuesday, she became slightly more blunt.

The former first lady admitted that she left out plenty of good stories from the memoir, largely to speed up husband Barack Obama's reading time.

ASSOCIATED PRESS Former President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, leaving Andrews Air Force Base after the inauguration of President Donald Trump in 2017. One of the biggest gasps from a group came when Fallon tried to step on an elevator only to step off, causing Obama to come forward and question why he wasn't getting on. After calming down, he asks, "Is that what was going through your mind?"

In the almost two years since leaving the White House, the former first lady has revealed other tidbits about her mood that day in January 2017, including that she 'stopped even trying to smile' during Trump's inauguration.

WASHINGTON- JANUARY 20 President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush greet President-elect Barack Obama and Michelle Obama at the North Portico of the White House where the two families will have coffee together before the inaugura

Obama went on to say that Sasha and Malia's friends slept over in the White House the night before, so she spent the morning trying to get everyone out. "'We're leaving. You gotta take all your stuff, pick it up".

"Then the Tiffany's box", Obama said, her face scrunching with confusion as she referenced the now-viral moment she was caught on camera visibly befuddled by the unexpected gift first lady Melania Trump presented to her outside the White House.

But, Michelle Obama does not want to be your #goals.

President Donald Trump's inauguration took place on January 20, 2017. "But, you know, we have to, you know, push that arc toward hope".

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