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'Being your first lady has been an honor, I hope I have made you proud'- Michelle Obama delivers Final Speech as US First Lady

The outgoing first lady of the United States, ‘Michelle Obama’ has delivered a very emotional final speech as First Lady of the United States.

Michelle gave this speech at the East Room of the White House during the ceremony to honor the ‘2017 School Counselor of the Year’.

She expressed her gratitude to teachers across the nation for their commitment towards making the country great by impacting the lives of students.

She said;

"I am so grateful to all of you for your passion and your dedication and all the hard work on behalf of the next generation, and I can think of no better way to end my time as first lady than celebrating with all of you, so I want to close today by simply saying ‘thank you'.

“Being your first lady has been the greatest honor of my life, and I hope I’ve made you proud".

Finally, the 52-year old urged young Americans to remain hopeful about the future of the country, adding that they had an important role to play in achieving a bright future.

 

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