The Michelle factor

Born on the south side of Chicago to a pump operator and to a house wife, Michelle Obama never forgets here origins and they are the core value of who she is today.

Mrs Obama grew up in a brick bungalow and was a product of Chicago public schools. Her father, Fraser Robinsons had multiple sclerosis he was a hard worker and never failed to provide for his family. This is one of the reasons why Mrs Obama is strong willed and has a heart filled with compassion.

In 1988 after graduating from the Harvard Law School, she joined Sidley & Austin Law Firm. This was when she meet her husband, Barack Obama .As the first lady of the USA, Mrs Obama plays a key role in the success of her husband.

Talking at a fundraiser in Massachusetts, she spoke about how she worries about her husband and his total dedication to his work. “I see the worry creasing his face. I hear the passion and determination in his voice,” she said. Mrs Obama also talked about how doubtful she was about her husband contesting for presidency and that she was also worried about the strain it will cause on her family as they have two daughters, Malia (12) and Sasha (9).

Apart from being an intellectual, an independent women she is also a trend setter and a very attractive women. Mrs Obama has always shown loyalty and faith in her husband’s work. She has even went to the extent of putting her career on hold just so she can always be on his side and also be there for their children. And having worked at grassroots level throughout the first term could prove vital for her husband’s as he campaigns for a second term in office.

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