First Lady Michelle Obama was asked how she handles “inevitable fears about [her husband's] safety” and she replied with a statement about her confidence that he is a good man for the job of president.
“I have contemplated every single sacrifice that could potentially come, and we’ve decided that the impact that his holding this position can have in this nation and around the world is critical,” Mrs. Obama said in an interview with Good Housekeeping Magazine. “And valuable. And so I don’t worry. At all.”
Good Housekeeping’s Rosemary Ellis couldn’t believe it. “Really?” the First Lady was asked again. “I don’t,” Obama said.
“I think that a lot of people couldn’t do that, and it says a lot about you that you can,” Ellis replied before moving on.