First Lady Michelle Obama To Talk At Clinton Global Initiative

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After about six months since her last world appearance speech, United States’ first lady Michelle Obama will once again talk about international issues on Thursday at Clinton Global Initiative, New York. Surprisingly, her husband, U.S. President Barrack Obama himself will present and introduce his wife to the audience.

A confirmation from the White House proved true that President Obama will provide the introduction for his wife Michelle. She will be giving the closing remarks to CGI’s members composed of Nobel affiliates, philanthropists and world leaders. The President who will be in New York to speak at the United Nations General Assembly will be with her at the conference. The CGI was founded by former U.S. President Bill Clinton with the hope of finding innovative solutions to some, if not most of the world’s difficult and worst challenges.

Michelle Obama’s people would not spill any detail regarding what she might say in the closing remarks. Even the officials of the CGI have kept their lips sealed about the first lady’s appearance, aside from Clinton relating the topic of this year’s forum which is the economic challenges faced by the world and the United States today.

This might be a start for a more global involvement and appearance of President Obama’s wife. We’ll see.


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