Listeners have picked up on Obama's strategy, too, and many have applauded it as the flawless way to respond to someone with Trump's ego.
Her words begin at the 24:30 mark and are worth listening to in full. "No one deserves this kind of abuse", she added. Once again, she didn't mention Trump by name.
Speaking at a campaign rally in New Hampshire for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, Obama called the comments "shocking and demeaning". (Photo by Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images)2. "I can not stop thinking about this". It's not something we can sweep under the rock.
Addressing Trump's non-apology directly, Obama said, "This was not just a lewd conversation. And last week, we saw this candidate actually bragging about sexually assaulting women", Obama said in reference to the 2005 tape in which Trump boast about being able to "do anything" to women because he is a celebrity. "No, our motto is, 'When they go low, we go high'". / AFP / Nicholas Kamm (Photo credit should read NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)4. "Now here I am, out on the campaign trail in an election where we have consistently been hurting hateful language about women".
"While our mothers and grandmothers were often powerless to change their circumstances, today we as women have all the power we need to determine the outcome of this election", Obama said to cheers. / AFP / Jim Watson (Photo credit should read JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)5. She tweeted, "I am with her".
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"You can not be president if you call someone a piggy", Obama quoted him saying. "As though our outrage is overblown or unwarranted". As if this is normal. This is not politics as usual. But this is disgraceful, this is intolerable.
Notably, Mrs. Obama had a message for Democratic voters, especially women, who are lukewarm to Clinton and thinking of voting for a third-party candidate. / AFP / ZACH GIBSON (Photo credit should read ZACH GIBSON/AFP/Getty Images)7. "I'm sure that many of you do too, particularly the women". She also dismissed Trump's claim that the remarks were simply "locker room talk", saying they were affront to all women, parents and every citizen in United States.
Michelle Obama's comments were widely discussed on Twitter, with many users asking her when she would run for president. The garden is now a permanent feature on the White House grounds. "These events never, ever happened and the people who said them meekly fully understand", he said, vowing that he will publicly present "substantial evidence" that refutes the accusations.
Addressing a rally in New Hampshire on Thursday, she was perhaps even more powerful, more cutting.