Barack & Michelle Obama Share Touching Valentine’s Day Message With America

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While ex-President Donald Trump keeps going on about… whatever it is that he’s going on about, former President Barack and former First Lady Michelle Obama shared heartwarming messages on the occasion of Valentine’s Day this Monday. In posts on Twitter, both of them included photos of the pair together. As Barack put it:

‘Happy Valentine’s Day, Michelle! With a smile that lights up the world, you’re truly one-of-a-kind. Today and always, I am thankful to have you in my life.’

Michelle chimed in with the following:

‘I feel so blessed to be able to spend every day with this guy. Happy Valentine’s Day, Barack! Here’s to all the adventures we have ahead.’

Check out their messages to each other below:

Former President Barack Obama left the White House with a generally higher level of job approval from the general public than Donald Trump. According to Gallup polling, a full 59 percent of respondents approved of Obama in a survey period that ended just before Trump’s inauguration. In a Gallup poll that was conducted across a period of early January of last year, just 34 percent of respondents indicated that they approved of Trump. The time period in which that survey was conducted began before the Capitol attack but ended after it, although the results weren’t super far off from the numbers recorded in the immediately preceding polling period. Meanwhile, Trump spent his Monday issuing statements through his spokesperson, Liz Harrington, that meandered from complaints about the lack of coverage of supposed “spying” against Trump by Democrats to a rant against Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) and an insistence that he “will be proven right about 2020!” He won’t.

Trump is spiraling — in the near future, a special grand jury will start work on a criminal investigation that’s been being conducted into Trump’s attempts to overturn the Georgia presidential election outcome, and in New York, he is facing continuing steep scrutiny over his business. He’s sued to stop a civil investigation into his company led by New York state Attorney General Letitia James (D), but a separate criminal probe in the state has already led to tax evasion-tied criminal charges for his company and its longtime chief financial officer. And it doesn’t stop there: Trump is also facing a slew of litigation from affected police officers over his role in inciting the riot at the Capitol. Whether Trump will actually face criminal charges for his attempts to overturn the election remains to be seen. Seemingly, the only confirmed U.S. Justice Department move on something close to Trump involving election meddling is an examination of the multi-state scheme to essentially falsify electoral votes on his behalf.