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Donald Trump is president elect of the United States (opens in new tab), and while we can remain hopeful that the country still gives off "land of the free" vibes during his term, we can also look to the future. In November 2020, we'll have the opportunity to vote once again, and Twitter wants Michelle Obama's name on the ballot. Not to get ahead of ourselves, but is it too early to brush off our #ImWithHer hashtags?
Dear @MichelleObama, I know you wanted to be done with the White House but we're going to need you to run for president in 4 years.November 9, 2016
🗣MICHELLE 🗣 IF 🗣 YOU 🗣 RUN 🗣 FOR 🗣 PRESIDENT 🗣 2020 🗣 I 🗣 WILL 🗣 EAT 🗣 ALL 🗣 MY 🗣 VEGGIES 🗣 AND 🗣DO 🗣 GREAT 🗣 IN 🗣 SCHOOL 🗣 PLEASE 🗣 @FLOTUSNovember 9, 2016
Michelle Obama 2020 -- We got four years! Let's go! @MichelleObama @BarackObama #michelleforpresident #Michelle2020 pic.twitter.com/gg8DhOmwK5November 9, 2016
Michelle Obama for President 2020.A strong, positive, intelligent, respectful person who is a role model for all women. @MichelleObamaNovember 10, 2016
Better get on with it then. @MichelleObama for the win next time? 💙November 9, 2016
One good thing will come of this...in four years time Michelle Obama will be the first black female POTUS. Start visualizing now peeps! 💪🏻🙏🏻November 9, 2016
Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm. She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade.
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