Michelle Obama’s favorite book?
The book that inspired Barack Obama’s presidential campaign, according to a new Axios report.
“I just can’t get it out of my head,” Obama told the magazine, in an interview.
“It’s my favorite book.”
Michelle Obama has a book collection, and she’s been using it to make a difference in people’s lives, but it’s a lot of books.
In fact, Michelle Obama is the only sitting president who hasn’t purchased a book from her husband, the former president, since taking office in 2009.
“She has to own her books,” Axios wrote.
“If she doesn’t, it’s because she’s not using them properly.”
In the interview, Obama said she loves to read and would buy a book every day if given the chance.
“And I think that I would get a book by the end of my presidency,” he said.
But Obama didn’t specify which book he would buy.
When asked if he would ever buy a “classic” book, he responded, “I’m not sure.”
The Obamas have a collection of more than 2,400 books, and they’ve also been reading a lot.
Michelle Obama, who is a longtime reader of fiction, has written a number of books in the genre, but she doesn: She doesn’t own a book yet.
When the Obamas went into the White House, Michelle was living with her mom in Washington, DC.
The Obams are a close-knit family.
They have three daughters, and the oldest, Sasha, is an avid reader.
Michelle also has a younger daughter, Ella.
“We are a very close knit family,” Michelle said.
“But it’s important for me to have a good sense of family, and that’s what I have in my book collection.
We are not that close-loved by our friends, and we’re very different.
But it’s something that we enjoy doing.”
The books that Michelle Obama owns are mostly classic and science fiction books.
The family has also enjoyed collecting books by authors such as Isaac Asimov, H.G. Wells, and H.P. Lovecraft.
But Michelle has also been into more modern titles, including science fiction, fantasy, and children’s books.
She said she read a lot when she was younger and was inspired by some of the works of authors like Margaret Atwood, J.K. Rowling, and William Gibson.
“There’s some really good, great writing in these books,” she said.
The Obamas’ favorite books are not just books that Obama owns, but the books that she has read in her adult life.
The former first lady is a huge reader, and her favorite books include Stephen King’s novel “The Mist” and George Orwell’s “1984.”
She also loves to travel.
“When I’m in Chicago, I like to go on vacation and read and go on walks,” she told the Magazine.
“That’s just one of my favorite things.”