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Michelle Obama Eye Roll at John Boehner Caught on Camera [Photos, Video]

Michelle Obama caught rolling eyes at John Boehner.

By candace amos, EnStars on Jan 22, 2013 01:22 PM EST
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Michelle Obama rolls her eyes (Photo : Video Screenshot)
U.S. President Barack Obama recites his oath of office as first lady Michelle Obama looks on during swearing-in ceremonies on the West front of the U.S Capitol in Washington
U.S. President Barack Obama recites his oath of office as first lady Michelle Obama looks on during swearing-in ceremonies on the West front of the U.S Capitol in Washington, January 21, 2013. (Photo : REUTERS/Jason Reed)

Throughout the years, we’ve come to know First Lady Michelle Obama as a strong woman who speaks her mind and generally doesn’t hold back. Her bold character seems to radiate with every appearance and interview. Supporters were exposed to a different side of the FLOTUS in a secret video where she was seen rolling her eyes at John Boehner.

It’s obvious in the short clip, she became increasingly annoyed as their conversation went on. There’s no audio to accompany the video, so no one knows exactly what was said. Shortly after the video was released, President Obama found time to address the media about the exchange. “Michelle and the speaker of the House came to a meeting of the minds that I may be delaying the proceedings too much. And so, I’m just going to be extraordinarily brief and say thank you” he said.

Within a few hours of the video’s release, Michelle Obama’s now famous eye-roll was posted as humorous GIFs on a number of blog sites. The brunch was one of many inaugural events to take place. The First Family took part of the traditional parade down Pennsylvannia Avenue and the Inaugural ball. First Lady Michelle Obama stunned fashion critics when she chose a creation by fashion designer Jason Wu for the second time to wear to an inaugural ball on Monday, Jan. 21.

Mrs. Obama impressed viewers when she stepped out in a stunning ruby red chiffon and velvet gown, with a halter style straps that plunged in a deep-V in the back. Mrs. Obama stuck with the tradition of wearing a dress that shows off her toned arms and cinched her waist. President Obama wore a black tuxedo with a white bowtie, the same look he wore to the inaugural ball in 2009.

Catch Michelle Obama's hilarious eye-roll below.

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