I held her tight and my feeling was, we are moving forward. After the two got business out of the way - you know, talking about the White House and other trivial things like that - Kimmel asked Obama to speak out on topics she couldn't say as First Lady.
When Kimmel pressed her more, asking if a similar situation had ever arisen in the Obama White House, she put it bluntly, "Not once".
"When you're in the residence, there's so much bulletproof glass that sometimes you don't hear what's going on outside", Obama says.
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But privacy campaigners worry that DeepMind's ultimate parent firm Google , whose core business model relies on data, may try and suck up patient information to benefit its bottom line.
"I've never eaten a vegetable", Obama read, even though we know that's not true of the First Lady who launched the Let's Move! health campaign.
She wrote that in 1992 when her husband, President Barack Obama, brought her to the country, the tour was frustrating from the onset, therefore making the rest of it a nightmare.
Elsewhere on The Ellen Show, while the former First Lady tried to sign copies of her book at Costco, Ellen was being... well Ellen.
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He added: "I think ( England are) in very safe hands from what I've seen on the training pitch". England face Croatia in a Nations League match on Sunday.
The former First Lady also dished on her celebrity text buddies, how her and Barack are boring now they're unemployed, and whether her daughters, Sasha and Malia, would run for President one day. "Laura, sorry. Send me the bill", she added. They get so mad every time I mess their names up.
Obviously, the Kimmel team couldn't go too insane for numerous reasons but the end result is still a giggle. Michelle Obama.' And I look up, and she's like, 'See?'" The Obamas: "they're just like us.
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Bell will now stay at home and the Steelers players are better clothed, ransacking his goodies and even removing his nameplate. The former Pro Bowl running back didn't sign his franchise tender with Pittsburgh before Tuesday's 4 p.m.