Hey, it could be worse. She could be her husband.
"From the Obama family to yours, we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving full of joy and gratitude," the former president tweeted Thursday.
Hillary Clinton dropped from No. 2 in 2016 to No. 65 on this year's list
The former first lady had a strong message for the men at the Obama Foundation Summit: "Y'all should get you some friends."
The former first lady also suggested spelling and grammar should be checked before tweeting.
She said one side of the room was all men in gray and white suits. The other contained women in colorful outfits.
The former first couple celebrate 25 years of marriage. And they're still relationship goals.
The pollster said Obama was the person most likely to be able to unite the party.
Melania Trump will travel to Toronto in September for the next Invictus Games. Is the jovial trash talk optional?
The former first lady was at the ESPY Awards to celebrate Eunice Kennedy Shriver, who founded a sports competition for people with intellectual disabilities.
Melania Trump is roughly as popular as Hillary Clinton was when she was a few months into her husband's White House term in 1995.
After footage emerged of Melania Trump appearing to bat away her husband's hand, the former White House photographer shared pictures of the Obamas holding hands.
The former first couple arrived in Italy over the weekend.
"... they were insulted. We have enuf enemies," Trump posted about Obama's decision to not wear a head-scarf during a visit to Saudi Arabia. Melania Trump just did the same thing.
Obama's Healthy Eating Initiative was thrown out by the Trump administration in the beginning of May.
They're scheduled to have a roundtable discussion with the community Wednesday about the Jackson Park complex.
The Trump White House has reversed some of the former first lady's signature causes, including health and education.
The former president was also spotted ordering steak at his favorite Oahu restaurant, Buzz' Steakhouse in Kailua.
"While I'm frustrated and disappointed by the governor's inaction," said the recent Grammy winner, "it will not stop me from doing all I can to support Chicago's most valuable resource: its children."