We're a teenager, where we're a little unsettled and having good parents is tough.
"Sometimes you spend weekends with divorced dad and that feels like it's fun, but then you get sick", she explained. "We are living with divorced dad".
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It is no secret that America's going through troubling times right now. But she also used her position of power to really improve the world around her.
"When I first met her, I was embraced by a warm, regal, confident woman who possessed a reassuring calm, on the eve of President Obama's historic first Inauguration", she recalled. "I only let some of that stuff into my world when I'm ready".
The former first lady, however, expressed optimism that the USA will come out the "dark chapter" experienced under President Trump better and stronger.
"This may feel like a dark chapter but any story has its highs and lows but it continues", she said.
"It's time for us to roll up our sleeves and if we are not happy with the state of things then, in democracies, we have votes", Mrs. Obama said. We are moving in a direction of diversity and inclusion. "We've lived through slavery and the Holocaust and segregation and we've always come out on the other end, better and stronger".
Last month, the book's German publisher said "Becoming" could become the biggest-selling autobiography ever.
"We're changing all over the place".
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a U.S. lawmaker, Ilhan Omar, described President Trump's tweets as a "violent rhetoric" capable of increasing death threat to her life.
Despite the discord and division that characterizes the US right now, Obama says she's hopeful for the future of America.
"I don't know if there has been a president who has been accused of not being born in this country?"