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Michelle Obama on the 2020 election, divisiveness, her family and more

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In Vietnam to raise awareness about the importance of educating young girls, former first lady Michelle Obama sits down with TODAY’s Jenna Bush Hager to talk about the 2020 election, divisiveness, her friendship with George W. Bush, and becoming an empty nester. “I’m excited for my girls to grow up and become independent,” she says of Sasha and Malia.