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Presidential campaigns are tough, but among the First Ladies, there is usually an unspoken civility and sisterhood.

Back in 2008, when Barack Obama was running for president, his wife Michelle was heavily criticized when she said off-the-cuff, “For the first time in my adult life, I am proud of my country.” It was George W.

“Bottom line is, if I didn’t agree with what Barack was saying, I would not support his run.

I stand there proudly and I hope they are too, standing with their spouses proudly. ”When Colbert brought up Melania cribbing from Michelle’s 2008 Democratic National Convention speech during her remarks at the Republican National Convention, the first lady smiled and then deadpanned: “Yeah, that was tough.”If Hillary Clinton was running against Jeb Bush, or almost any Republican candidate other than Donald Trump, I doubt the Obamas would be devoting themselves to getting Clinton elected in such an ambitious and unprecedented way.

“So there are so many moments to watch, because you get the broad spectrum of dating and love.” And, with the added ammunition of cell phones given to the bachelorettes and bachelors, viewers are able to see the exchange of text messages between the daters.

“We gave everyone a cell phone so they can text back and forth to each other and we watch how they become creative and how they interpret the date,” Jenkins says.

“With a lot of these shows, you have one guy looking for love, so that show is from his vantage point — and then the man will dismiss the women as the show progresses.

“But, with ‘Coupled,’ the women get to choose if they want to pursue a relationship — and we fly in different guys every week.” The show, produced by Mark Burnett, unfolds on the Caribbean island of Anguilla, with 12 single professional women looking for love with 12 eligible bachelors.

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Trump and Xi spoke for the first time since his inauguration Thursday night and the New York Times reported on the call with a story. The website News Diffs shows the Times reported on a letter sent from Trump to Xi wishing him a happy Chinese New Year, published early Thursday morning. The national print edition on Friday contained the unupdated story published before the call.

That was evident last night, when Michelle Obama told Stephen Colbert in an interview on The Late Show that she had “no sympathy” for the opposing candidate’s spouse on the campaign trail.

“You have to be in it,” Michelle said, in a not-so-subtle dig at Donald Trump's wife Melania.

Bush’s wife, Laura, who came to Michelle Obama's defense, demonstrating the empathy that most first ladies have for the candidate’s spouse during the campaign, even when that spouse is married to someone from the opposing political party.

“I think she probably meant I’m ‘more proud,’ you know, is what she really meant,” Laura Bush said sympathetically.

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