Obamas discuss world views on former First Lady’s Spotify podcast

Obamas discuss world views on former First Lady’s Spotify podcast

And her first guest is none other than her husband of 28 years, former United States President Barack Obama, reports Harper's Bazaar.

In the first episode, released on Wednesday on Spotify, the couple discuss various topics including how they both made the choice to walk away from lucrative corporate lives to focus on social work.

The Michelle Obama Podcast premiered its first episode on July 29, and according to their production company, Higher Ground Productions, it will come out with new episodes weekly for nine weeks.

At one point, the "Becoming" author revealed what initially attracted her to the future 44th president, admitting, "You know that at the core of everything you have done politically, what I know about you as a person and one of the reasons why I fell in love with you is..."

"You're cute, but you know".

Sharing it on Instagram, Michelle wrote, "You'll also hear from many of my girlfriends, the women who've always been there with a shoulder to lean on, a perspective to think about, or simply an open line to vent to". The 56-year-old has an incredible ability to vocalise thoughts and feelings, and her podcast is set to do exactly that - focusing on personal conversations with her guests about family, friends and the relationships that shape us. "The only time they know about what government doing is when..."

Barack chuckled: 'That's why you began dating me.

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Former first couple Barack and Michelle Obama have an estimated net worth of $80 million. "I had this unbelievable view of the south-east side of the city from my office, I could see the lake, I could see all of the neighbourhood that I had come from and I never felt further from that neighbourhood than when I was sitting in that office working on briefs and cases that had nothing to do with anything that helped a broader group of people outside of myself and it felt lonely". Given everything that's going on in the world, I think that these days, a lot of people are questioning just where and how they can fit into a community.

'There's a different way of parenting but what we didn't do, we delivered the message at the dinner table.

She could do push-ups on a talk show, make rap songs up about vegetables and also give powerful speeches about policy issues. They talk of how the world and its problems are not tackled alone but together and encourage listeners to move from a sense of "I" to a sense of "We".

"The only thing that worries me, in terms of the hope that I feel when I look at these young people".

'What's the inheritance we 'd like to leave Malia and Sasha more than anything? "It would be that they are living in a country that looks after everybody", Barack said.

This was a ideal introductory episode to The Michelle Obama Podcast.

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