Labeling the allegations "crazy and mean-spirited", Obama was also apparently anxious that someone might try to go after her two daughters.
President Trump frequently questioned Barack's American citizenship, which resulted in his legitimacy as president being doubted.
"When I got on the plane, I sobbed for 30 minutes", she said.
I had to tap into those parts of me that missed him - and the sadness that came from that - so that he could understand.
Then she jumped in with her own bit of guidance, first reminding the teens that not all people are exposed to diverse communities.
But she and Barack Obama were "determined to make the transition with grace and dignity, to finish our eight years with both our ideals and our composure intact". Michelle wrote: "Her embarrassment [had] already [begun] to smolder as we rode the elevators downstairs. I wasn't gonna allow myself to feel victimized from it because there was no time to hurt in that role".
"When you're in the White House and you have that platform and that responsibility where every word matters, you're often thinking - or at least Barack and I often thought - 'Is what we're about to say going to help?' Is it going to move the needle forward?" The former FLOTUS spoke at length about her recurring imposter syndrome: First at her magnet high school, Whitney Young (whose current students occupied a very vocal section of the United Center), then at Princeton and Harvard, and in her career as a hotshot corporate lawyer. We should date. I like you, you like me.' And I liked that about him.
British PM Theresa May: Brexit talks are nearing their endgame
Within the agreement was a "stable" text on the thorny issue of the Northern Irish border, according to broadcaster RTE . Downing Street said ministers would decide on the "next steps" in the crunch meeting scheduled for 2pm.
The chat, which features in the December issue of O, The Oprah magazine, as well as ELLE magazine, sees Obama talk about her highly anticipated memoir "Becoming", which will be released on November 13.
"They're like, "what's that" and I'm like, "Yep, we're in the real world now, fellas".
I just love, love, love Michelle and all that she stands for.
"So many people are feeling uneasy... afraid of the impending darkness", she told the audience.
On the event page for a previously announced midnight release party for the book, the Seminary Co-op highlighted Obama's South Side roots and her membership at the Seminary Co-Op.
When Obama made the same offer to Melania Trump, her offer was rejected and people aren't too happy about it.