Michelle Obama lunchtime visit surprises NY girls

Elias Hubbard
December 2, 2018

Obama had helped prepare the meal of toasted farro grain and vegetables bowls with Kass, the former executive director of the Let's Move! campaign that the first lady championed during her husband's presidency, which is aimed at reducing childhood obesity.

Penguin Random House announced the sales figures in Canada and the United States for the first 15 days after "Becoming" was released on November 13.

The 54-year-old mother of two - America's first African American first lady and wife of the first black USA president - is wildly popular at home and overseas, loved for her warm personality, intelligence and women's activism.

The lunch had been made with produce the group is cultivation in the Club's rooftop garden. "I am ready", Obama told the kids.

Michelle Obama is finally putting an end to rumors that'll run for president.

"I don't want to be president", Obama replied. "My path has never been politics; I just happened to marry somebody whose passion was politics".

It's the talk of the town, the publishing phenomenon of the fall and now Michelle Obama's memoir has sold more than two million copies in North America in two weeks.

The confession came during a surprise visit to the Lower Eastside Girls Club in Manhattan on Saturday, ahead of an evening appearance at Barclays Center for her "Becoming" book tour.

Interest in the sold-out Barclays evening was so great that she is to return there on December 19 for a discussion moderated by Sarah Jessica Parker.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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