Obamas' former Harvard law professor: Michelle should have been president
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A Harvard constitutional law professor who taught Michelle and Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaOn The Money: Trump presses GM, union to start talks over closed plant | Trump renews call to cut arts, PBS funding | Alan Krueger, former Obama economic adviser, dies at 58 | Americans expected to bet .5B on March Madness Obama reminisces about visit to Ireland on St. Patrick's Day: 'It'll always be O'Bama' Klobuchar on Trump's rhetoric and hate crimes: 'At the very least, he is dividing people' MORE said that while both were great students, Michelle was the star and should have been president.

"You know, his wife should have been president. Absolutely," Charles Ogletree told TMZ earlier this week when asked about how the Obamas performed when they were law students. "He was great too, but she was better."

"She could easily be president, but I don't think she will," he added.


The Obamas both studied law at Harvard. 

Many have urged Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaMichelle Obama seeks volunteers for local campaigns: There are 'no "off" years' Obama condemns 'hatred in all its forms' after New Zealand shooting Top Instagram communications staffer leaves for Michelle Obama's staff MORE to run for president in 2020, but the former first lady has repeatedly said that's not on her radar. 

“Michelle was never wild about politics,” Barack Obama told Jimmy Kimmel last year. “Michelle once explained to me, ‘I try to organize my life not to have a lot of mess around, and politics is just a big mess.’ ” 

Despite her numerous statements that she won't run, three political committees have formed since the election urging first lady Michelle Obama to run for president in 2020.