"We don't have the anonymity that allows you to be in the world with normalcy", said Obama.
K: "And your final outrageous statement to make now that you're no longer first lady..."
The memoir, "Becoming", deals with everything from Obama's upbringing on Chicago's South Side and years at Princeton University to her marriage to former President Barack Obama and the transition to the Trump administration.
"What nobody tells you is that miscarriage happens all the time, to more women than you'd ever guess, given the relative silence around it".
Hillary 2020? Longtime Clinton adviser says she’s running
The pair claimed that Clinton wants another bite at the apple to unseat Trump after her "humiliating loss" to him in 2016. Translation: Clinton did not run the kind of campaign Mark Penn would have advised her to run, so she was doomed .
"I've never eaten a vegetable".
In a clip from the show (above), Michelle tells Kimmel that during her eight years in the White House she had to be very careful about what she said.
Next, Obama revealed that she and Barack inherited more than just the Resolute desk from the Bushes.
A particular revelation, however, grabs attention as the former First lady of the United States discloses her negative experience during her first visit to Kenya; a confession that may help understand why she did not accompany Obama to Kenya on his two last visits. "I don't think we have anything in common", she continued.
Here are some details of Deepika, Ranveer wedding festivities!
Everyone's favorite couple Deepika Padukone & Ranveer Singh are finally tying the knot & the D-Day is only a few days away now. On 21 November, Deepika and Ranveer will host a reception in Bangalore before a Mumbai reception a week later on 28 November.
Kimmel: "I knew it, I knew it".
She also quipped: "I'm not sure which one is Sasha and which one is Malia", adding an ad-lib: "You know?" "They get so mad every time I mix their names up".
Newfoundland woman's search for missing California couple comes to hard end
A further 631 people remained unaccounted for, a vast increase from just a day prior when officials said 130 people were missing. More than 600 people are missing and 63 have died in California's still-raging Camp Fire, authorities said Thursday night.