Social media is begging Michelle Obama to run for president in 2020

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Following Donald Trump's victory for president, many turned to social media to express their feelings. Among the reactions to his win and Hillary Clinton's loss were calls for one person in particular to run in the next election herself: Michelle Obama.

This is on the heels of the First Lady's speech on Monday at a Philadelphia rally for Clinton, where she urged people that their vote matters and that everyone should vote:

In the impassioned speech, she commented that, "We deserve a leader who will ensure that our daughters are safe and respected." She continued, "We deserve a leader who sees the dignity and humanity in all of us ... We deserve a leader who sees our diversity not as a threat, but as a blessing."

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Well, many now think that she is that leader -- and want her to run in 2020.

Some are so enthusiastic, they want to start campaigning for her:

Whether Michelle Obama will take on the challenge is uncertain as of now, but there will be people behind her regardless.

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