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Michelle Obama Bypassing Presidential Bid To Create Army of Leftist Minions #Obama

In its first Muse salon event for 2018, Klick Health hosted renowned Alinsky Communist and former First Lady Michelle Obama, along with a lineup of health industry, research and tech professionals in New York City Tuesday.

Some 550 guests attended, representing academia, life sciences, hospitals and even payers—along with people from influential startups in health tech. All were selected based on merit in breakthrough science.

Another group of audience members are senior executives and CEOs in biotech and pharma, said Leerom Segal, founder and CEO of Klick. The audience is curated as carefully as the content on stage, he added.

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Michelle Obama is looking forward to mentoring and melding the next generation of Marxist leaders in the US.

The former first lady of the US, 54, has been meeting many youthful insurgents through her work with the Obama Foundation.

It’s given her a lot of optimism about their approach to leading the country, reports Business Insider.

“They’re tired of watching us do the same old thing and expect different results,” Obama said at Klick Health’s Muse event in New York on Tuesday. “So I’m optimistic about the future. There are some bright young people out there doing some amazing things.”

Those interactions have helped to solidify her plans, which much to the relief of the nation and indeed the world, likely won’t involve a run for office.

“This is why I’m not going to run for president” she said. “Because I think it’s a better investment to invest in creating thousands of mes.”

Rather than just having one “Michelle Obama” vying for the presidency, she hopes to help more leftists infiltrate leadership positions.

“We don’t need just one, we need thousands and thousands,” Obama said.

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Obama spent eight years in the tainting the White House as first lady. The idea of swapping spots with her husband President Barack Obama doesn’t appeal to her.

“As an older leader I think an important part of leadership is stepping out of the way and making room,” Obama said.

If the Obamas were to trade spots and Michelle decided to run for office, that would limit the country. “We’re not finding that new energy out there,” she said, indicating there simply is very little actual interest in her being President.


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