EASY TO BELIEVE: Former Obama Staffer Says Michelle Was Really In Charge

During a recent interview, a former Obama aide cam clean about who she says was really running the show during the Obama administration.

What she revealed probably won’t surprise you.

The Daily Mail reported:

‘If you don’t email him, I will’: Obama’s Deputy Chief of Staff fondly reveals how ex-President played Cupid for her – as she opens up on life at his side, and explains why Michelle was really the boss

The former White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Barack Obama claimed that the President once gave her dating advice in 2006 when they were on a return trip to Chicago from Iowa.

In an interview with The Times, Alyssa Mastromonaco shared how the at-the-time Illinois Senator once threatened to text one of Senator Tom Harkin’s staffers on her behalf when he saw him checking her out.

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‘Obama turned to me and said, “Look, he was really into you. And if you don’t email him, I will.”,’ she writes in her book about her time working with Obama called Who Thought This Was a Good Idea?.

And the up-state New York native doesn’t have an idea of what the email would have entailed.

‘I can only imagine,’ the 41-year-old said in the interview…

But the true person in charge of the White House was first lady Michelle Obama.

‘She’s the boss,’ Mostromonaco said.

‘If he was mad at you for any reason, you’d be, like, “OK.” If she was mad at you . . . if you thought for some reason she might be, you were, like, “I’m in so much trouble.”‘

That’s pretty easy to believe, isn’t it?

 

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