During the Simmon’s leadership Conference forum held on Thursday in Boston, things turned political when the former first lady Mitchell Obama likened his husband’s presidency to be that of a good parent as compared to the present ruling president Donald Trump. “Barack was like the responsible parent — the one who told you to eat your carrots and go to bed on time, and now perhaps we have the other parent in the house.”

In an earlier statement before the elections, Barrack Obama suggested that the people who would vote in Trump only did it for fun. To add onto her statement the former first lady Mitchell Obama said that “We thought it’d feel fun — maybe it feels fun for now because we can eat candy all day and stay up late and not follow the rules,” she continued. “And we’re going to at that point in time look at those two experiences and see how we feel.”

In her speech she praised Barrack Obama for his temperament and also patience during his ruling years which made America a better state. She went ahead to praise Hillary Clinton which she said even though she wasn’t perfect she referred to her as the best candidate as compared to Donald trump.  She blamed her loss to the poor turnout of voters in the elections while she insisted on the need for the voters to turn out in large numbers for their interest in the upcoming elections.

Some of the women attending the conference referred to the former first lady’s comments as ‘rude” while others applauded her thoughts as an ‘amazing woman’ whose presence in politics was dearly missed. Mitchell’s talk of the two leaders has sparked controversy on twitter with some of the American’s criticizing her remarks and the attention it got from the people. In September 2007, Obama is said to have criticized women who voted for Trump as they voted against their own interest in America.

“Any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice,” Obama told the audience during a talk at a marketing conference in Boston, according to Boston.com.

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