Michelle Obama has no time for Donald Trump's shenanigans over whether he'll accept the ultimate outcome of the US presidential election.
On Thursday, she delivered yet another powerful speech while campaigning for Hillary Clinton in Phoenix, Arizona.
The first lady argued Trump's rhetoric and demeanor about the election being "rigged" is indefensible and dangerous.
Obama was referencing Trump's answer to a question he was asked during the final presidential debate.
The debate moderator Chris Matthews inquired as to whether Trump would accept the result of the election in November, even if he loses.
Subsequently, a few hours before Michelle Obama's speech on Thursday, Trump said he would accept the outcome of the election with one major catch -- if he wins.
The First Lady was not willing to let this slide and contended that what Trump is doing is an insult to those who have fought and died for this country.
Her speech, which was a massive rebuke of Trump's entire campaign, focused a great deal on the notion of hope.
She contrasted Trump's vision of America with Clinton's and said the Democratic presidential nominee helped remind her of "the importance of hope."
Throughout her speech, the First Lady didn't say "Trump" even once.