Accuracy in Media

From CNN’s article on Michelle Obama’s final public speech in the White House…but doesn’t it read as a supporter’s synopsis of her remarks?

Michelle Obama gave her final White House remarks in an emotional speech Friday, thanking her supporters and saying, “being your first lady has been the greatest honor of my life and I hope I’ve made you proud.”

…In her time at the White House, Obama has championed education, fitness, and military families, often using the East Room or the South Lawn to speak out on her chosen topics.

She’s also hosted musical and theater performances at the White House, inviting students from Washington schools to partake in cultural events they may not have otherwise experienced.
During last year’s political campaign, she also spoke out forcefully against Trump, arguing in passionate remarks that his comments about women had shaken her.
As she leaves the White House, the first lady has described what she’ll miss, including the hyper-attentive personal staff and the sense of history.




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