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It's well-demonstrated that President Donald Trump doesn't like to share the spotlight, so Monday night must have been particularly distressing, as the Democratic National Committee held the first night its first ever digital convention.

The two hour event featured numerous Democrats and more than a few Republicans making the case against another term for President Donald Trump.

The highlight of the night was the closing speech, delivered by none other than former First Lady Michelle Obama just four years after her famous "When they go low, we go high" speech. Mrs. Obama delivered her most scathing rebuke yet of President Donald Trump, calling him morally and fundamentally unfit for the office.

Mrs. Obama's address was widely praised for highlighting her ability to connect with viewers through a screen and her emotional transparency when expressing the importance of voting in November.

As one might imagine, the President was not a fan, and soon embarked on one of his infamous Twitter tirades.




The President yet again falsely claimed that the Obama White House was spying on him, but it was his false claims about the Obama administration's handling of the Swine Flu that generated widespread fact checks.






His attempt to come for Michelle Obama didn't do him any favors either.



Later on Tuesday, at a White House event commemorating women's suffrage, Trump claimed that Obama was "in over her head."