Former US first lady Michelle Obama had frank advice for women trying to balance a career with raising a family: "That s*** doesn't work all the time".
"Cute moment at Michelle Obama's book event tonight at the Barclays", he tweeted, "she was getting into it & she said, 'That lean in s**t doesn't always work!' Everyone freaked out that the First Lady had said 's**t.' Michelle, too". Speaking to Good Housekeeping magazine, she said: "Like me, Meghan probably never dreamt that she'd have a life like this, and the pressure you feel - from yourself and from others - can sometimes feel like a lot". Nope, not at the same time.
The former USA first lady Michelle Obama, who has written a book called Becoming. "That's a lie. It's not always enough to lean in, because that s-t doesn't work".
"Lean In has the potential to be an important book if a wider range of women than those reflected in its pages start hashing out Sandberg's best ideas".
"This is how I picture Auntie Mich in er'yday convo cause she's a real one", wrote another.
Michelle Obama has however cancelled book tour stops in Paris and Berlin to attend the funeral of former United States president George HW Bush, who died Friday aged 94.
"People are like, 'Oh, why'd she talk about marriage counselling?'" she continued.
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From there, a funeral train transports Bush to Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, the site of the George H.W. His time as president was marked by the end of the Cold War and the first Gulf war against Saddam Hussein.
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Sarah Sanders added that Trump and Moon agreed that it is important to keep the sanctions in place. A North Korean soldier defected to South Korea early on Saturday, the South Korean military said.
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On immigration, she says immigrants should come into the country legally. "She read that apology, and I saw her do that". Her campaign said the remark was a joke, but some accused her of supporting voter suppression efforts in the deep South.
Asked what her biggest achievement as first lady had been, Mrs Obama said: "This relationship that we built together is really one of my biggest sources of pride".
"Marriage still ain't equal, y'all", Mrs. Obama told some 19,000 audience members on Saturday. Sometimes that stuff doesn't work.
But many were delighted at the glimpse of a more casual Obama, perhaps freer now than in the White House years.
She said she was panicking about how to act but the Queen said: "Just get in".
"It is impossible to forget that she, like numerous female friends she quotes, is a wealthy, white, married woman with a 'vast support system, '" wrote critic Connie Schultz for the Washington Post.
In a 2017 interview with USA Today, four years after "Lean In" first published, Sandberg said that even though women were galvanised, she was not seeing a change in business and politics. "We are stuck at less than 6 percent of the Fortune 500 CEO jobs and their equivalent in nearly every country in the world".