Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton says that should she be elected president she would definitely be okay with first lady, Michelle Obama, becoming a member of her cabinet.
On Monday, former Secretary of State and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton said, an interview with Extra:
‘She’s made it pretty clear she wants to focus on important issues like girls’ education around the world – she and I actually talked about it when we were together in Winston-Salem (N.C.) – and I want to be the best partner I can be for whenever she wants to be involved in government again.’
Clinton then added:
‘I think she wants to take a break from it, but if she ever wants to do anything like that, I would be the number-one person.’
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton also mentioned that she admires the first lady, not only for her work in the White House but also joining her on the campaign trail this election season.
‘Well, I don’t know how anybody could have done what she’s done for the last eight years with more grace and more of a sense of purpose but inclusivity.’
Hillary Clinton, who is a former first lady, added:
‘She’s been an exemplary first lady, and I know how hard that job is. So I feel so close to her and I’m so appreciative of all the help she’s giving me, all the confidence and courage, because it’s hard.’
According to President Barack Obama, when he was on the satellite radio show “Sway in the Morning,” his wife has no plans to ever run for office, despite the fact that she’s played a large roll especially during the 2016 presidential race.
‘She is as talented and brilliant a person as there is and I could not be prouder of her, but Michelle does not have the patience or the inclination to actually be a candidate herself. That’s one thing y’all can take to the bank.’
First lady Michelle Obama has been one of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s biggest surrogates and has given one phenomenal speech after another rallying for her through out her campaign.
You can see the clip from Extra in the video below:
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