Michelle Obama On Trump's Inauguration: "Bye Felicia"


Fallon began to ask what was going through her mind in that moment, just hours after President Trump's inauguration, but before he could finish the question, she interrupted him.

"There are a lot of young people who look at me and Barack, and you and your wife and people they see, and they think, 'Oh, I want those #RelationshipGoals, '" she said to Fallon.

Watch more of Obama and Fallon's conversation below.

"Bye Felicia!" Our forever FLOTUS emphatically said.

"Is that what was going through your mind?"

In the almost two years since leaving the White House, the former first lady has revealed other tidbits about her mood that day in January 2017, including that she 'stopped even trying to smile' during Trump's inauguration.

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"'Are you guys kidding me?'" Obama said, recalling her reaction to the situation.

Obama went on to say that Sasha and Malia's friends slept over in the White House the night before, so she spent the morning trying to get everyone out. The blankets, the bears.' They're all crying, I'm like 'Get out.

For Obama, this wasn't the first time she publicly used the phrase to describe her feelings that day.

"Between the unplanned slumber party and the Tiffany's box (a picture frame from incoming first lady Melania Trump, Obama revealed in January), it was just all A LOT".

But, Michelle Obama does not want to be your #goals.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump talk with former President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama during a departure ceremony on the East Front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, after Trump was inaugurated. "They come into this world. with so much promise and so much openness and we're the ones that shut them down".