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Michelle Obama: ‘I Am Terrified About What Could Possibly Happen’ in 2024 Election

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Michelle Obama expressed her fears about the 2024 presidential election, emphasizing the importance of selecting leaders and not taking democracy for granted.

She also highlighted concerns about global conflicts, artificial intelligence, education, excessive phone use, and voter engagement.

Additionally, she discussed her aversion to injustice, ego, greed, and racism. (Trending: First Moon Mission In 50 Years Blasts Off)

The interview coincided with reported worries from her husband, Barack Obama, about the potential return of Donald Trump to the White House.

Michelle Obama seemed to indirectly address Trump’s leadership style and emphasized the importance of thoughtful and mature leadership.

“I am terrified about what could possibly happen,” Obama said.

“Because our leaders matter. Who we select, who speaks for us, who holds that bully pulpit — it affects us in ways that sometimes, I think, people take for granted,” she said.

“The fact that people think that: ‘Government, does it really even do anything?’ And I’m like, ‘Oh my God, does government do everything for us,’” Obama added.

“And we cannot take this democracy for granted. And sometimes, I worry that we do.”

“Those are the things that keep me up,” she said.

“If anything, what does still offend you?” she was asked.

“Injustice, ego, greed,” Obama said.

“Racism, ignorance — it’s offensive. And I’ve always been that kid. I don’t like unfairness; I don’t like bullies. But I have to think about how I deliver messages.”

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