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"My first job in all honesty is going to continue to be mom-in-chief. Making sure that in this transition, which will be even more of a transition for the girls...that they are settled and that they know they will continue to be the center of our universe." Michelle Obama ♥ ♥ - best first lady and a trend setter !

First Lady Michelle Obama wife of the 44th President of the United States of America

First Lady Michelle Obama in a gorgeous dress by Chris Benz.

...probably a good thing that we don't have a 'thought bubble' over the president's head ... methinks he ain't thinking presidential thoughts at this particular moment! LOL

  • kathleen mcmahon pasadyn

    sorry ebt. Damn kindle.

  • K J Ward

    MLK would be so ashamed to know that his "Dream" has been all but destroyed by the first 1/2 black pResident. Want me to send you some of the nude pics of his mama?

  • kathleen mcmahon pasadyn

    Haha. Sounds intriguing. But you go-ahead and enjoy yourself.

  • Candi Mathis

    Go away, jack a$$. When you have to attack the First Lady on Pinterest, you're irrelevant and you know it.

  • kathleen mcmahon pasadyn

    It is interesting candi how many trolls there are on pinterest. Why they have to act like ridiculous assholes is anyone's guess... I believe our president said it best. He won twice. It's time for certain people to get over it.

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First Lady Michelle Obama

Even though it's a fantasy dinner party guest list I know that the president would be too busy to make it but perhaps Michelle Obama could represent. Plus she seems to know how to have fun and she is definitely THE woman behind THE man.

« The Michelle Obama Look Book 2012 29 of 76 March 14, 2012 Where: On the North Portico of the White House in Washington, DC, before the state dinner. What: Dress by Marchesa; necklace by Tom Binns.   Photo: Joshua Roberts/Bloomberg via Getty Images Email

Working mustard yellow and brown. I didn't think these colors could be pulled off successfully. She shows us how to make it fashionable!

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