Michelle Obama would make a good candidate during the 2020 presidential election. She is an excellent speaker and has led a number of successful programs to improve the education and health of Americans, particularly of those living at or below the poverty line. The verdict is out on her ability to speak convincingly on economic or foreign policy, two vital prerequisites for a realistic presidential run.
The 52-year-old mother-of-two charmed the US, and the world, for eight years to become one of the most popular presidential spouses America has seen. She then became known as one of the most effective political communicators around with her barnstorming speech at this year's Democratic National Convention and her emotional attack on Mr Trump in the summer.
While many love her and idolize her as First lady, Michelle Obama has made it clear that she has no desire to run for President. The Obamas served their term in the White House and will begin to focus on a quieter existence for their family, a little more removed from constant scrutiny.
While Michelle Obama has charmed the US, and if fact the world, to become one of the most popular First Ladies America ever has seen the reality is that she has ZERO interest in being President of the United States. Anyone who does not want the job is not a good candidate for the job.