Michelle Obama put out one video that dropped this big hint about running for President
Michelle Obama’s possible Presidential run is the greatest unknown hovering over the 2020 election.
Many Democrats and some Republicans believe she would be the strongest challenger to President Trump.
And now Michelle Obama put out one video that dropped this big hint about running for President.
Michelle Obama announced an new initiative on her Instagram page about a video series targeting millennials to help them succeed in college.
Obama will work in partnership with Reach Higher to produce this web series in conjunction with ATTN.
And it is the relationship with ATTN that is attracting attention.
Former first lady Michelle Obama announced a new higher education initiative on Instagram Tuesday that seeks to help young people achieve success in college.
Obama said in a video message her new series, which she is working on in partnership with Reach Higher – an effort she founded during the Obama presidency – is focused on helping students get into and make it through college.
Through Reach Higher, Obama sought “to inspire every student in America to take charge of their future by completing their education past high school, whether at a professional training program, a community college, or a four-year college or university,” the website states.
The video series of six episodes will be produced by ATTN:, a media company that creates video geared toward millennials. It will premiere exclusively on IGTV in mid-January and then continue into June.
That’s because ATTN partnered with Joe Biden to produce a “Here’s the Deal” series of videos just before the 2018 midterm elections.
Biden then announced his candidacy for President the following spring.