• Michelle Obama shuts down 2024 buzz
  • On running for president
  • She breaks her silence

The political world's been abuzz, but Michelle Obama just silenced the chatter! Through her spokesperson, Crystal Carson, Michelle's made it crystal clear: she's not eyeing the Oval Office. "She does not envision herself running for president," Carson told NBC News. Talk about a mic drop!

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Forget the rumors! Michelle's got President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris's backs, rooting for their 2024 victory lap. She's not just on the sidelines; she's leading the cheer squad for the current White House duo.

Michelle Obama: Rumors vs. reality

Despite a Rasmussen survey showing Dems digging the idea of Michelle as a candidate over VP Harris, she's staying put. She's not about to dive into the political deep end, folks.

Michelle's not shy about the stakes of leadership, though. On Jay Shetty's 'On Purpose' podcast, she confessed, "I'm terrified about the outcome of this next election because our leaders matter profoundly." She's got her eyes on the prize, just not from the candidate's podium.

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Politics? It's a tough game, and Michelle's been upfront about where her heart lies. In heart-to-hearts with Oprah and on Netflix, she's spelled it out: that political fire? She's not feeling it.

Biden's age and the speculation game

A report calling Biden 'elderly' and 'forgetful' had tongues wagging about needing new blood. But Michelle had already closed that chapter. She's not here for the "What ifs."

Even First Lady Jill Biden's in on the joke, telling 'CNN' she'd "love it if Michelle would agree" to run, but knows she's "done with politics." A playful nudge, but Michelle's stance is rock solid.

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