'Lead by example with hope, never fear,' first lady says in her last formal speech of Barack Obama's presidency.
The outgoing first lady tells American students that "anything is possible" with a lot of hard work and education.
In an essay for Glamour magazine, Obama writes, "It's important that [Malia and Sasha's] dad is a feminist, because now that's what they expect of all men."
The Bernie Sanders supporters were in full throat until the first lady managed to shift the mood.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was mocked throughout the speech.
Meredith McIver, a Trump staffer, admitted to not checking first lady Michelle Obama's speeches after speaking with Melania Trump.
Critics have accused the Republican presidential nominee's wife of plagiarism.
The First Lady cuts loose as she drives around the White House with talk show host James Corden.
A portion of Trump's speech closely resembled part of one given by Obama at the Democratic convention in 2008.
The likely Democratic nominee also discussed both her Republican and Democratic opponents on the show Wednesday.
"Careful what you wish for," the president said. The prince responded, "You can dish it out, but can you take it?"