Michelle Obama's new documentary Becoming is out today (May 6th) on Netflix and during the 90 minute film, Obama discussed Trump winning the presidency back in 2016. According to The Daily Mail, she said, “It takes some energy to go high, and we were exhausted from it. Because when you are the first black anything…So the day I left the White House and I write about how painful it was to sit on that inauguration stage. A lot of our folks didn’t vote. It was almost like a slap in the face.”

She continued, “I understand the people who voted for Trump. The people who didn’t vote at all, the young people, the women, that’s when you think, man, people think this is a game. It wasn’t just in this election. Every midterm. Every time Barack didn’t get the Congress he needed, that was because our folks didn’t show up. After all that work, they just couldn’t be bothered to vote at all. That’s my trauma.”

During the documentary, she also revealed that she changed the white house butlers' uniform so that her daughters Sasha and Malia wouldn't think “black men in tuxedos serve them.” Obama says that she spent ‘a lot of time’ trying to figure out ‘how do I make this mansion with butlers and staff a home for two little girls?’

She explained: ‘I didn’t want them thinking that grown African American men serve them in tuxedos. The truth was that some of those men were uncles, they were the Pullman porters. We had to change the dress code, you can’t walk around every day in a full tuxedo. Girls would have pool parties and play dates and little kids over and that just doesn’t even look right to me’.”

She also had to tell the housekeepers to pull back a litle bit so that Sasha and Malia would learn how to clean their own rooms.