Former first lady Michelle Obama is rumored to be running for the presidency in the upcoming elections.

But even though she has received the support of thousands of Americans, there are still some people who aren’t convinced that she should run for the top job.

On the online forum site Quora, Randy Carter said that it is unlikely for former president Barack Obama’s wife to run for the presidency in the upcoming elections because she isn’t suited for the job.

“She doesn’t have that kind of support, she doesn’t have that kind of knowledge, she can’t handle the speechifying or the answering questions of even the most fawning press. She’s a decent enough First Lady and all, though I disagree with her school lunches. But by comparison, Trump had been dabbling in Presidential politics since 1987 - nearly 30 years - before he ran. Michelle has just been supporting Obama, not doing policy stuff like Hillary,” he said.

Rose Wiseman, a resident of Las Vegas, said that it would be a terrific way for Democrats to lose in next year’s election if Michelle Obama would run for the presidency.

“Don’t get me wrong, I love Michelle Obama—she’s a class act. But the Democrats really have to listen to the people if they want to win next time. The people are demanding change. Hillary lost because she didn’t represent change. Rather, she represented the same old worn out and corrupt establishment,” she said.

Wiseman went on to say that the former FLOTUS would be an awesome president in many regards, but she doesn’t represent enough change. And change is what the people want.

“That’s why we have Trump because the Democrats weren’t listening to us when we demanded change,” she said.

Matt Hastings, an observant of American politics, said that Obama will be viewed in the same light as the Bushes and the Clintons, who created dynasties by running for the presidency.

“I know people whose main dislike of Hillary was that it felt like we were about to have another dynasty situation on our hands. She would always be in her husband’s shadow, no matter what, and many would question her motives,” he said.

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Former first lady Michelle Obama speaks during a When We All Vote's National Week of Action rally at the Watsco Center at the University of Miami on Sept. 28, 2018, in Coral Gables, Florida. Getty Images/Joe Raedle