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Thursday was a big day for Michelle Obama.

The First Lady of the United States celebrated her 49th birthday, debuted a brand-new Twitter account (@FLOTUS) and is now sporting bangs! OMG!

A photo of Michelle Obama meeting with Inaugural citizen co-chair David Hall yesterday showcased the hairstyle for the first time. Check it out:

Michelle Obama Bangs

New term, new bangs? We'll find out if this is more than a one- or two-day thing Monday, when President Barack Obama marks his second Inauguration Day.

What do you think of Michelle Obama's bangs?

 

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Anyone who says President Barack Obama is anti-guns should consider this:

No one exercises their All-American right to BARE ARMS like the First Lady!

Terrible jokes aside, Michelle Obama is 49 today. Happy birthday, Michelle!

Beautiful Michelle Obama Photo

No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, Michelle is someone who promotes healthy living, eating habits and exercise - quite stylishly to boot.

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The single most popular Tweet of 2012 was short and sweet:

"Four more years."

Barack and Michelle Obama Photo

Before he took the stage to affirm his 2012 presidential election victory, Barack Obama marked his win via Twitter with the three words, and photo, seen above.

Within hours, President Obama's Tweet simultaneously became the most re-tweeted of the year, and of all time, resent by more than 810,000 people.

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President Barack Obama won reelection to a second term in the White House last night ... then earned the distinction of being part of the MOST RE-TWEETED PIC EVER!

Barack and Michelle Obama Photo

As the major news networks began to call the election for the President, Obama's camp released a handful of grateful tweets - with this photo as the crown jewel.

His staff posted "Four More Years" with the pic of POTUS and FLOTUS embracing. It had nearly 700,000 re-tweets and 3.5 million "likes" on Facebook as of this afternoon.

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While Barack Obama and Mitt Romney tangled in their second presidential debate last night, First Lady Michelle Obama and Ann Romney put on a show of solidarity.

Dressed in hot pink - or fuchsia, to be more specific - in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, the candidates respective spouses put their own touches on the color.

Michelle Obama wore a sheath and matching bolero by Michael Kors, while Ann Romney opted for a softer look, with capped sleeves, a rounded collar and turquoise necklace.

The question: Who dressed best at last night's debate? Vote below!

Fashion Face-Off!

Whose pink outfit was the best at the second presidential debate in October 2012: Michelle Obama's or Ann Romney's? Cast your vote in our Fashion Face-Off! View Poll »

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From leading the free world at the United Nations General Assembly to leading a political discussion on The View, President Barack Obama had quite an eventful day.

He and First Lady Michelle Obama sat down with the ABC show's panel today and contrasted his and challenger Mitt Romney's differing views on tax policy:

This is an election year? Who knew. The ladies of The View also asked he thinks the country would fare if Republican opponent Romney were actually elected.

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U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama's Democratic National Convention speech brought the house down this week. That would've been reason enough to watch the DNC, but she delivered a list of reasons to do so on The Late Show with David Letterman.

If nothing else, it's gotta be better than what you're watching now! Ziiing, Dave!

Watch her Top 10 Reasons to Watch the Democratic National Convention below:

President Barack Obama accepts his party's nomination for another four years in the White House tonight, following a stirring endorsement from Bill Clinton.

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The First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, lovingly praised her husband Tuesday night in a prime-time Democratic National Convention speech.

Michelle called President Barack Obama caring father at home and a "man we can trust" to revive the nation's weak economy despite its slow recovery.

"He reminds me that we are playing a long game here ... and that change is hard, slow and never happens all at once," she told the Charlotte, N.C. crowd.

"But eventually, we will get there, we always do."

Michelle Obama's well-received speech blended scenes from 23 years of marriage with Barack to the couple's time in the White House since 2009.

Obama confided that at family dinners in the White House with their two daughters, the president joins in "strategizing about middle school friendships."

The self-described "mom in chief" made no mention of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney in a distinctly positive, and inspiring, personal appeal to voters.

Those who preceded her to the podium had plenty to say about Romney, however.

Julian Castro's DNC keynote speech drew a sharp contrast between what he described as Obama's opportunity society and his opponent's candidacy of no.

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Michelle Obama Biography

Barack and Michelle Obama Michelle Obama is the First Lady of the United States, and the wife of the 44th President of the United States Barack Obama. She is the... More »
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Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama
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