It is payback time. Donald Trump’s extremely shocking and controversial stances on most everything he has spoken about, and he has left out nothing, is now leading to even US First Lady Michelle Obama heaping humiliations on the US Presidential hopeful. In a no-holds-barred attack, Michelle Obama tore into Trump in a personal attack that left many shocked and perhaps a little awed too.
Michelle Obama, who has a big grouse of her own against Trump for his outrageous lie that Barack Obama was not born in the US and his extremely rude sexist comments, has effected a smashing takedown of Donald Trump for his various inflammatory speeches that appealed to the rightist sections of society and which showed America in poor light. In a hard-hitting speech, Michelle Obama said, “We need an adult in the White House. When making life-or-death, war-or-peace decisions, a President can’t just pop off or lash out irrationally.”
Unwilling to let Donald Trump go scot free over his questioning the legitimacy of America’s first African-American president, Michelle slammed the Republican Trump over the deliberate spread of the birther conspiracy theory and fired more barbs at Trump: “Hurtful, deceitful questions (were) deliberately designed to undermine his (Obama’s) presidency. Questions that cannot be blamed on others or swept under the rug by an insincere sentence uttered at a press conference.”
The vengeful mood continued to be played out, according to a CNN report, in Michelle Obama speech as she made a veiled, but fiery demand for punishment by voters, “So, if a candidate is erratic and threatening, if a candidate traffics in prejudice, fear and lies on the campaign trail, that it’s good business when people lose their homes, if a candidate regularly makes cruel and insulting comments about women – about how we look, how we act – well, sadly, that’s who that candidate really is.”
She closed the speech by making a strong plea for citizens not to vote for the Republican candidate who had caused so much pain to so many people. The choice, she said was clear, and that was Hillary Clinton.