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The truth about Michelle’s Pride in Country


The Tennessee Republican Party and the King County Republican Party in Washington State have launched ads attacking Michelle Obama on her patriotism.




Laura Bush herself has defended Michelle Obama on this issue and labeled this kind of attack as "misconstrued."

Laura Bush on Good Morning America:

Michelle Obama then spoke about the attacks and Laura Bush on The View.

Michelle Obama Discusses Laura Bush Coming To Her Defense:

Michelle Obama Dicsusses False Attacks:

Just recently, Barack spoke to this matter in Glamour Magazine.

But when it comes to his wife, Michelle Obama, the presumptive Democratic nominee for president gets more heated.

In remarks similar to the time Obama said "lay off my wife," Obama tells Glamour magazine that spouses are "civilians" who didn't sign up for submitting to smear campaigns. He said attacks on his wife are "infuriating, but it's not surprising."

"What happened was that the conservative press--Fox News and the National Review and columnists of every ilk--went fairly deliberately at her in a pretty systematic way," Obama said.



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