Michelle 'pushed' Obama into 'siding with black people': First Lady urged president to pick sides in racial controversies claims new book on the hidden lives of Secret Service
New book claims that Michelle Obama asked President Obama to be vocal in support of African Americans
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By Caroline Howe
Published: 11:09 EST, 3 August 2014 | Updated: 14:03 EST, 3 August 2014
Secret Service agents rarely speak, but there’s nothing wrong with their hearing.
Agents confessed to Ronald Kessler, author of an upcoming blockbuster book about the hidden lives of presidents, that they have overheard Michelle Obama pushing her husband ‘to be more aggressive in attacking Republicans and to side with blacks in racial controversies.’
And Obama did as he was told, says Kessler in The First Family Detail.