Internet Users says Michelle Obama should run for 2020 elections
The results of US presidential election came as a shocker to a lot of people, not just people from America but worldwide. People were on streets protesting just after few hours of the election and still are on streets protesting against election results. And just when Americans realized the future for them isn’t bright, they started expressing that they would want Michelle Obama to run for President in 2020.
The people of America are calling out to Michelle Obama to run for the President in 2020. In fact, the voices on social media platforms have been so strong that the hashtag #Michelle2020 started trending soon after Trump’s win.
The Ex-first lady is no doubt extremely popular among Americans and was also admired for her speeches in favor of Hillary Clinton during campaign rallies.
Here’s how support for Michelle has been pouring and tweeting:
This glass ceiling gotta give one day! #Michelle2020
— David Butera (@Butdavie) November 9, 2016
@MichelleObama the Best First Lady Americans Ever Had #Michelle2020 #michelleforpresident #USElection2016 #trumpwins pic.twitter.com/1xdFH5bdCF
— Eric Luttah (@EricLuttah) November 9, 2016
It’s ok folks, let’s look to 2020.
Get the Tories out. And bring Michelle Obama in. #Michelle2020 give the world hope again…
— Salwa Malik (@drsalwamalik) November 9, 2016
You might not want to run @FLOTUS but you are the only person who can save us – not just the US, the WORLD needs you now! #michelle2020
— Sophie Leach (@svgirl78) November 9, 2016
On behalf of Scotland #Michelle2020 needs to be a thing, and it needs to happen quicker than 2020 @FLOTUS
— Grant (@thegrantwils) November 9, 2016
The next four years will be the true test of if the systems set in place will work. Also…#Michelle2020
— Cody Clements (@cody_clements) November 9, 2016
my faith in humanity has been restored a bit with this #Michelle2020
— irene 🏳️🌈 (@harryftirene) November 9, 2016
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