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The First Lady once had a job at Chicago mayor’s office before her husband, former US President Barack Obama got his role in the White House. When Michelle was interviewed for the job, her and Barack were engaged to be married.

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Michelle’s interviewer was former government official Valerie Jarrett.

She offered the job to the soon-to-be FLOTUS right away, even though it was not in her authority to do so.

Ms Jarrett revealed that a few days after the interview, she decided to call Michelle and find out whether she wanted the job.

She said: “A few days later, I called Michelle to check in and see if she was ready to accept my offer, which by then I had cleared with my bosses.

michelle-obama-newsMichelle Obama news: Ex-FLOTUS reveals how Barack forced her to make major life decision (Image: GETTY)

michelle-obama-newsWhen Michelle was interviewed for the job, her and Barack were engaged to be married (Image: GETTY)

“She got right to the point; she had talked it over with her fiancé, and he had some serious reservations.”

Ms Jarrett seemed shocked by Michelle’s response and said she was not “expecting that wild card” as all the other applicants were desperate for a role in the mayor’s office.

Ms Jarrett said to Michelle over the phone: “Who the hell is your fiancé?”

“And why do we care what he thinks?”

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michelle-obama-newsMs Jarrett said to Michelle over the phone: “Who the hell is your fiancé?” (Image: GETTY)

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