Michelle Obama warns voters of Donald Trump, says when "they go low, we go high”
Michelle Obama endorsed Hillary Clinton, warning voters of the dangers posed by Donald Trump. She added Hillary alone can carry forward the legacy of her husband Barak Obama.
Michelle Obama said she trusts Hillary Clinton only to lead the country as the President of United States.
"I have seen Hillary's life long passion for US, " said Michelle, as she endorsed the Demoratican nominee Monday night, amid cheers from the Democrats. She also hinted that Hillary alone can substitute the historical tasks undertaken by her husband Barak Obama.
Talking about her arduous journey into the White House and raising up two Black American girls, and making them safe in the US, whom she described “the heart of our hearts.”
“That is what Barack and I think about every day,” Obama explained “as we try to guide and protect our girls through the challenges of this unusual life in the spotlight.
“How we urge them to ignore those who question their father’s citizenship or faith. How we insist that the hateful language that they hear from public figures on TV does not represent the true spirit of this country. How we explain that when someone is cruel or acts like a bully, you don’t stoop to their level.
She gave a big snub to Donald Trump saying that we should not go down to their levels. “No, our motto is, when they go low, we go high.”
Michelle snubbed the anti-Muslim and Anti-racial comments by Donald Trump in her emotional speech that was well received by the Democrats.
She praised the valiant efforts of fallen police officers at Dallas, reminding the American's that the bond that has kept the country has been built by all people of color and creed. She reiterated her position added, US is built by slaves.
She urged voters saying let the country be governed by a strong woman, who never buckled under pressure.
"You see, Hillary has spent decades doing the relentless, thankless work to actually make a difference in their lives. Advocating for kids with disabilities as a young lawyer, fighting for children’s healthcare as first lady, and for quality child care in the Senate.”
Michelle Obama appealed to voters to elect Hillary for the prosperity of US and its people. Praising Hillary, she made a clear pitch for Hillary's candidacy before her landmark signature adieu to Democrats.
“Don’t let anyone ever tell you that this country isn't great,” Obama said. “Because right now this is the greatest country on earth.”