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#FLOTUS #MichelleObama Tears Up #WhiteHouse #Photography #Ban #July1st #2015 You Can See Video On YouTube... Michelle Obama tears up White House photography ban High shot of Oval Office The president’s Oval Office, among the most famous rooms in the White House Selfie lovers will now be able to snap themselves in the US president’s residence, after the White House lifted a decades-old ban on photography.
The rule was literally ripped up on Wednesday by Michelle Obama, who posted a video of herself tearing up a sign. Visitors will now be able to use smart phones or small cameras on guided tours of the famous Washington landmark. But serious selfie lovers beware - selfie sticks are still banned, as are larger professional style cameras. “If you’ve been on a White House tour, you may have seen this sign,” Mrs Obama said in the short video, holding up a sign that reads: “No photos or social media allowed. Your co-operation is appreciated.”
“Well, not anymore,” she said, before tearing the sign in half. White House officials are even encouraging people to post their pictures on social using the hashtag #WhiteHouseTour.

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#FLOTUS. #MichelleObama tears up #WhiteHouse #photography #ban #July1st #2015 High shot of #OvalOffice The #president Oval Office, among the most famous rooms in the White House #Selfielovers will now be able to snap themselves in the US president’s residence, after the White House lifted a decades-old ban on photography.
The rule was literally ripped up on #Wednesday July 1, 2015 by Michelle Obama, who posted a video of herself tearing up a sign. #Visitors will now be able to use smart phones or small cameras on guided tours of the famous Washington landmark. But serious selfie lovers beware - #selfiesticks are still #banned, as are larger professional style cameras. “If you’ve been on a White House tour, you may have seen this sign,” Mrs Obama said in the short video, holding up a sign that reads: “No photos or social media allowed. Your co-operation is appreciated.”
“Well, not anymore,” she said, before tearing the sign in half. White House officials are even encouraging people to post their pictures on social using the hashtag #WhiteHouseTour.

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#WASHINGTON — Fifty #GirlScouts will get to pitch tents at the ultimate #campground next week — on the south lawn of the #WhiteHouse. First lady #MichelleObama is #hosting #Tuesday night’s June 30, 2015 White House #campout as part of her #Let'sMoveOutsideinitiative The fourth-graders will be able to earn Girls’ Choice Outdoor badges by doing rock climbing, tying knots, orienteering and pitching tents, among other activities. Later that night, #astronaut #CadyColeman will lead them in a #NASA stargazing activity. The girls are from councils in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Oklahoma and the District of Columbia.

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#FLOTUS #MichelleObama.. Michelle Obama: First lady and magazine editor REBECCA KAPLAN CBS NEWS Jun 11, 2015 12:54 PM EDT info #More #Magazine Michelle Obama will be adding another job to the portfolio of issues she handles as first lady: she has agreed to serve as the first-ever guest editor for MORE magazine. The magazine announced Thursday that Obama would have editorial oversight of the July/August issue and grace its cover for the third time. Guest-editing required first lady to pitch story ideas and write and approve copy, editor-in-chief Lesley Jane Seymour told the Associated Press. She said it allowed Obama to showcase several of the issues that she works on from the White House. That includes the Let's Move! initiative to curb childhood obesity; Reach Higher, which encourages young people to complete their post-high school education; Joining Forces, which supports service members, veterans and their families; and Let Girls Learn, a more recent project that focuses on worldwide education for girls. Michelle Obama shows off some "Uptown Funk" during Easter egg roll Obama's own contributions, beyond editing duties, include a photo spread on candid behind-the-scenes photos shot at the White House and an essay entitled, "What Women Owe One Another." "As First Lady, you can get lost in all the ceremonial responsibilities or find yourself pulled in a million different directions because there's so much important work to do," Obama said in a press release from MORE. "It's still a constant balancing act. Like everyone else, I'm calibrating and recalibrating day by day as my girls grow up and I continue to grow in my role as First Lady. But I couldn't be more honored to have this opportunity to serve our country." The theme of the issue is "More Impact," which will be captured by a hashtag campaign that encourages readers to post photos of themselves making a difference on social media and suggestions for how they can get more involved with the world around them. Seymour told the Associated Press that Obama was a very involved guest editor. She "was reading every page and asking for changes up until the last minute," Seymour said. "She had to approve absolutely everything. She had to suggest various things, too."

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#FLOTUS #MichelleObama #MORE #MAGAZINE ...Michelle Obama: First lady and magazine editor REBECCA KAPLAN CBS NEWS Jun 11, 2015 12:54 PM EDT info More Magazine Michelle Obama will be adding another job to the portfolio of issues she handles as first lady: she has agreed to serve as the first-ever guest editor for MORE magazine. The magazine announced Thursday that Obama would have editorial oversight of the July/August issue and grace its cover for the third time. Guest-editing required first lady to pitch story ideas and write and approve copy, editor-in-chief Lesley Jane Seymour told the Associated Press. She said it allowed Obama to showcase several of the issues that she works on from the White House. That includes the Let's Move! initiative to curb childhood obesity; Reach Higher, which encourages young people to complete their post-high school education; Joining Forces, which supports service members, veterans and their families; and Let Girls Learn, a more recent project that focuses on worldwide education for girls. Michelle Obama shows off some "Uptown Funk" during Easter egg roll Obama's own contributions, beyond editing duties, include a photo spread on candid behind-the-scenes photos shot at the White House and an essay entitled, "What Women Owe One Another." "As First Lady, you can get lost in all the ceremonial responsibilities or find yourself pulled in a million different directions because there's so much important work to do," Obama said in a press release from MORE. "It's still a constant balancing act. Like everyone else, I'm calibrating and recalibrating day by day as my girls grow up and I continue to grow in my role as First Lady. But I couldn't be more honored to have this opportunity to serve our country." The theme of the issue is "More Impact," which will be captured by a hashtag campaign that encourages readers to post photos of themselves making a difference on social media and suggestions for how they can get more involved with the world around them. Seymour told the Associated Press that Obama was a very involved guest editor. She "was reading every page and asking for changes up until the last minute," Seymour said. "She had to approve absolutely everything. She had to suggest various things, too."

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First Lady Of The United States & Husband President Of The United States Barack Obama

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First Lady Michelle Obama Rachael Ray...April 2015.. Michelle Obama Reveals What She Can't Wait To Do When Obama's Presidency Is Over Paige Lavender The Huffington Post Posted: 04/07/15 02:53 PM ET Updated: 04/07/15 04:59 PM ET First Lady Michelle Obama opened up about what she can't wait to do once her husband's time in office is over. In an interview with Rachael Ray during the White House Easter Egg Roll, Obama said she misses cruising around, noting it's been "seven or eight years" since she was able to drive a car. "I just want to ride around in a car with the window open," Obama said. "It's just like, I want to do that." The first lady also revealed who taught her daughter Malia, 16, how to drive: the Secret Service. "They wouldn't let me in the car with her," Obama said. "Driving for Malia, I think, gives her a sense of normalcy, like the rest of her friends are doing. And my kids have got to learn how to live in the world like normal kids." Ray's full interview with Obama will air Thursday, April 9. Watch the clip above.

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Power Women Cover Glamour Magazine First Lady Michelle Obama Kerry Washington Sarah Jessica Parker April 2015

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Beautiful First Lady #MichelleObama is set to make an appearance on tonight’s April 2 telecast of “The Tonight Show Starring #JimmyFallon (check your local listing) The first lady will discuss what’s on tap for the celebration of the fifth anniversary of her Let’s Move! initiative, including the #GimmeFive challenge. Let’s Move encourages everyone to eat better, be more active and lead a healthier life.

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First Lady #MichelleObama is set to make an appearance on tonight’s April 2 telecast of “The Tonight Show Starring #JimmyFallon (check your local listing) The first lady will discuss what’s on tap for the celebration of the fifth anniversary of her Let’s Move! initiative, including the #GimmeFive challenge. Let’s Move encourages everyone to eat better, be more active and lead a healthier life.

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First Lady Michelle Obama Black Girls Rock 2015 (Airing Sunday April 5, 2015 Check Your Local Listing)....First Lady Michelle Obama celebrated the beauty, power and tenacity of black women while spreading her own message of education for girls at Black Girls Rock!, an annual event honoring trailblazing women of color from all walks of life. “No matter who you are, no matter where you come from, you are beautiful,” Obama told the crowd, which included many young black girls. “I am so proud of you

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FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA WILL BE ON THE ELLEN SHOW MONDAY MARCH 16, 2015 (check your local listing)... Watch Michelle Obama bring the funk to "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Michelle Obama shows off her funky dance moves in an upcoming segment set to air Monday on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." On Friday, producers released a fun preview clip, which finds the first lady taking on a not-so-simple routine with DeGeneres and dancers from the "So You Think You Can Dance" All Stars. They all get down to "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars -- and it's definitely worth a viewing. At one point near the start of the dance Mrs. Obama stops everything when her mic's battery pack falls off. "There is some hip thrusting," she says. "There's a lot of it." She wasn't lying. The first lady didn't appear on DeGeneres' show just to dance. She paid a visit to the set to talk about the fifth anniversary of her anti-childhood obesity initiative. Mrs. Obama previously displayed her push-up skills on the show.

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FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA MARCH 7, 2015...... Today, Barack, the girls, and I traveled to Selma, Alabama. There, 50 years ago this month, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Congressman John Lewis, and so many other unsung heroes crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge -- standing up for voting rights and full equality under the law for all Americans. It was an honor and a privilege to stand on that bridge and commemorate the heroes from a half century ago. But the legacy of Selma is not simply about our history -- it's about the march that continues today. So I hope you'll take a moment to hear what Barack had to say today in Selma. Thank you, First Lady Michelle Obama

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FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA "STATE OF THE UNION 2015 JANUARY 20, 2015

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HAPPY 51st BIRTHDAY FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA JANUARY 17th

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