Michelle Obama speaks during an election eve rally in Philadelphia for Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on November 7, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Michelle Obama speaks during an election eve rally in Philadelphia for Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on November 7, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

*At some point during the wee hours of Wednesday morning, as Donald Trump was inching toward winning the presidency, some folks began turning theirattention toward who might unseat the mogul after four years.

“Throwing it out there: Michelle Obama in 2020? It’s not totally crazy…,” tweeted Chris Cillizza of The Washington Post.

Then, more and more disillusioned voters turned to FLOTUS as a beacon of hope in 2020.

Although Michelle Obama has said repeatedly that she has no desire to ever run for president, and that “there’s much more that you can do outside of the White House,” we can still dream.