Michelle Obama’s daughter Malia was once one of the first to tweet about her family’s historic achievement.
Now that the first lady has been elected President, Michelle and Malia have become more involved in the campaign.
In fact, Michelle tweeted a message about the inauguration and the historic occasion with the hashtag #MichelleObama isTheOnlyOneThatMightSaveUsAll.
In an interview with The New York Times, Malia said, “The first thing that really sticks out to me is that I think the world is still really in a sense of shock and awe and awe of what has happened.
There was a moment when I was just standing there and I was like, ‘Oh my god, we have a president and he’s a black man.’
And then when I started seeing the pictures, it just made me feel like we had a very special day.”
When the Obamas attended a dinner honoring Michelle’s grandmother, Margaret Sanger, the first black president of Planned Parenthood, Mala said she felt a sense that, “There was so much to celebrate and it just felt so right to celebrate.”
Malia and Michelle Obama were both in Washington, D.C., to support the U.S. Senate Democratic Caucus and support the reopening of the U:P.
This was just another day in which they both got to meet the people who have been so important to their lives.
They both had an opportunity to speak directly to the people, and both were able to share their own personal stories.
“We all know how much Michelle has done for this country, and I think I had the opportunity to really see how much of a hero she is and how much a great role model she is for a lot of people,” Malia told the Times.
“I feel like the moment we get to see Michelle, I think it will really be an incredible moment.
And I think Malia will see her mom as an incredible role model for her own life, and she’ll have the opportunity that she doesn’t have to tell her own story.”