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Michelle Obama Opens Up About Miscarriage and IVF

Michelle Obama Opens Up About Miscarriage and IVF

Trump said in his own kind, he will forgive Barack Obama also never, what have this done to the US military.

Aside from her personal life, Obama also spoke to her very public life on the campaign trail with her husband, which she called "nasty times".

"The whole thing was insane and mean-spirited, of course, its underlying bigotry and xenophobia hardly concealed", reads an excerpt, according to the report. You had said: "Donald Trump, with his loud and reckless innuendo, has brought the safety of my family in danger".

"For this", she writes, "I'd never forgive him".

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Michelle Obama has told how she was forced to conceive her two daughters by IVF after a miscarriage left her "broken", she revealed in her new memoir.

In an interview with ABC's "Good Morning America" to promote the book, the former first lady encouraged women to open up about their experiences with pregnancy, saying that "it's important to talk to young mothers about the fact that miscarriages happen".

She also touches on marital problems when her hubby, former President Barack Obama, kicked off his political career.

Michelle Obama said the current FLOTUS has not contacted her for advice, thankyouverymuch.

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Americans everywhere are thanking their former First Lady for her honesty. I guess she wrote a book and got paid a lot of money and they always insist that you come up with something controversial. "I was now starting to actually feel a bit angry, which then made me feel worse, as if I were fulfilling some prophecy laid out for me by the haters". Mrs. Obama has offered few extensive comments on her White House years.

Michelle Obama will have more opportunity to speak out as her book tour, which begins in her hometown Chicago, rolls on to New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Boston and other cities.

What makes her story so remarkable is not that she and her husband had issues with fertility, but that she's now talking about it and opening the door for the millions of women who had or currently have trouble conceiving to share their own stories.

She reportedly accuses the president of jeopardizing her family's safety.

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Elsewhere in the memoir, which will be published on November 13, Obama discusses the difficulties of being married to "somebody who has a career that swallows up everything, which is what politics is".