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카테고리 없음2013. 7. 3. 10:47
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미국의 퍼스트레이디 미쉘 오바마가 백악관 생활은 '정말 훌륭한 감옥 REALLY NICE PRISON'과 같다며 영부인으로서의 어려움을 호소했습니다

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The first lady calls the White House a “really nice prison.”

Michelle Obama shared her feelings with her predecessor, Laura Bush, in Tanzania after ABC moderator Cokie Roberts noted that the nation’s first first lady, Martha Washington, likened her role to that of a “state prisoner.”

“There are prison elements to it,” Mrs. Obama conceded.

“But with a chef,” Mrs. Bush interjected. “I always joke that we have probably the best jobs in the world because . . . our husbands, who have to react and respond to crisis on a minute-to-minute basis, they come into office with a wonderful, profound agenda, and then they’re faced with reality,” she said. “On the other hand, we can work on what we’re passionate about.”

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Michelle Obama shared her feelings with her predecessor, Laura Bush, in Tanzania after ABC moderator Cokie Roberts noted that the nation’s first first lady, Martha Washington, likened her role to that of a “state prisoner.”

“You can’t complain,” Mrs. Obama agreed. “But there are definitely elements that are confining.”

She joked that, as their husbands engage in crucial world affairs, “people are sorting through our shoes and our hair . . . whether we cut it or not.” Their wives spoke at a new event, the African First Ladies Summit, which attracted 10 first ladies from the continent. Mrs. Obama said it’s better to be the spouse of a president than to be the president.,

“We take our bangs and we stand in front of important things the world needs to see,” Mrs. Obama went on. “And eventually people stop looking at the bangs, and start looking at the things we’re standing in front of.”

“We hope,” Mrs. Bush said.

“That’s the power of our role,” Mrs. Obama said.

The exchange came during the Obamas‘ African tour and while former President Bush met with his successor at a wreath-laying ceremony at a memorial in Dar Es Salaam for victims of the 1998 terror bombing of the US Embassy.