On Thursday, Oct. The powerful address gained instant attention and accolades, but perhaps the best reactions to Michelle Obama's New Hampshire speech can be found on Twitter. Where else?
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First fisting faggot, we must outlaw reproduction of everyone with a natural blonde, except other. It is scary knowing he has that football to carry around. Terrorist fist bump devolves into intimate fisting for the Obamas.
He was often on the defensive, careful to assert himself as "America's president," and not just "black America's president" while also withstanding an unprecedented amount of racist backlash. But Obama could not escape being a black man in America. That's what made the moments when he publicly embraced his blackness all the more powerful. Here are some of our favorites.
Mary Louise Kelly. Blitt's New Yorker cover, "Fistbump: The Politics of Fear," was inspired by the rumors that circulated about the Obamas during that year's presidential campaign. The New Yorker via motherjones.
As the world remembers the thousands of people who lost their lives in the attack on the World Trade Center, President Trump flew to Johnstown, Pennsylvania with Melania this morning to attend a memorial event. But his perplexing facial expression and his choice to pump both fists in the air on the runway were an odd choice for such a solemn occasion. Twitter users, including Chrissy Teigen, were quick to scrutinize the photo, calling Trump out for his chipper and insensitive behavior on national day of mourning.
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The Queen seemingly went along with the unorthodox greeting. Is that a fist pump or a clench? Some people reckon Donald Trump is fist-pumping the Queen!
Barack and Michelle Obama bump fists before his victory appearance Tuesday night in St. Paul, Minnesota. It's a hand gesture normally associated with sporting events and Bud Lite commercials.
Michelle Obama gave a commencement address at Tuskegee University that was a ringing call for the graduates not to be discouraged by her whining. But she devoted a long passage to her own struggles that was off key and characteristically self-pitying. She is routinely lionized for her beauty and her public spiritedness.