Monday, June 27, 2011

Michelle Obama defends her husband in Botswana for its neglect of Africa

Michelle Obama on Friday had to give up for her husband's visit to Botswana has just begun, after passing through South Africa. "Why does your husband ever come to Africa?" He asked reporters. The First Lady had to make two times the reason that the first black president in the history of the United States, grandparents Kenyans, and a myth for most of the African population, has only done during his presidency a short visit 24 hours to Ghana.

"I understand that there are many expectations on him and there are people who feel that it is never enough. He would love to be here," she explained. "However, this trip is a direct reflection of their support, interest and importance for Africa of the world and the future of the world.

That's why I'm here," he said. Then the First Lady wanted to reenter the case and offered a final explanation. "This is his journey, he would love to be here, but there is much work to domestic, especially now that there are a lot of critical issues in America." "However, I think the number of senior officials who have been through this continent during his tenure is a reflection of the commitment of this administration," he said.

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