The First Lady slammed the Republican nominee during a rally in Philadelphia on Wednesday, reminding the audience that being president requires immense patience and rationality — two traits Trump definitely didn't inherit.
Speaking to the crowd about how election seasons can "involve a lot of uncertainty," Michelle explained that running for president really shows the true colors of a candidate.
She told the audience at La Salle University:
"[In 2008], people had all kinds of questions about what kind of president Barack would be. Things like, ‘Does he really understand us?' ‘Will he protect us?' And then, of course, there are those who questioned — and continued to question for the past eight years — whether my husband was even born in this country."
Clearly, she was addressing Trump's persistent accusations that Barack Obama was not a natural-born citizen of the United States, which showcases his entire xenophobic campaign platform built on hate and fear.
April Ryan, the Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks, asked Spicer how the White House plans to "revamp its image" after two months of divisive policies and persistent reports of Trump's connection to Russia.
Unfortunately, the word "Russia" triggered old Spicey like a Soviet sleeper agent, launching him into full-on defensive jerkwad mode.
Spicer interrupted Ryan's question to unleash a cued-up tirade, barking: