Michelle Obama sat down with Oprah Winfrey to talk about her husband, President Barack Obama, his legacy and life after White House. The interview, titled "First Lady Michelle Obama Says Farewell to the White House: An Oprah Winfrey Special," aired Monday on CBS.

In the hourlong interview, Michelle said that she has no plans to run for elected office, and also talked about what annoys her about President-elect Donald Trump. She also spoke about the current feeling in America following Trump's election victory. 

The interview will be rebroadcast at 8 p.m. EST Wednesday on OWN, the Oprah Winfrey Network.

Here are the top 5 quotes from Michelle's interview, where Obama also made a brief cameo:

  • “We feel the difference now. Now, we are feeling what not having hope feels like. Hope is necessary... What else do you have if you don’t have hope? What do you give your kids when you don’t give them hope? Our children respond to crises the way they see us respond. It’s like the toddler that bumps his head on the table and they look up at you to figure out whether it hurts... Having a grown-up in the White House who can say to you in times of crisis and turmoil, ‘Hey, it’s going to be okay. Let’s remember the good things that we have. Look at all the things that we’re building.'” — Michelle said when Winfrey noted that Obama’s administration, including the recent election, was all about hope and asked the first lady if she felt her husband achieved that.
  • "Imagine being 18, 17, 16, 15, and you've got at least eight men with guns driving you around. Walking into your parties. You know, not letting you ride in friends' cars. I mean, there were those tensions, for sure, that we had to sort of work through." — Michelle said while talking about her daughters.
  • "You know, color, wealth — these things that don't matter still play too much of a role in how we see one other. And it's sad, because the things that least define us as people is the color of our skin, it's the size of our bank account. None of that matters... It's our values, it's how we live our lives. You can't tell that from somebody's race, somebody's religion. People have to act it out. They have to live those lives. So that was the blow back, and then I thought, OK, well, let me live my life out loud so that people can then see and judge for themselves. And that's what I want young people to do. Just live your life." — Michelle says while talking about the countless racist remarks she was subjected to.
  • "The next family that comes in here, every person in that family — every child, every grandchild — their lives will be turned upside down in a way that no American really understands. And it's not for us to complain about it, so you don't hear complaints, but it is a truth, an actuality, that there is a weight to it... People don't really understand how hard this is, and it's not something that you cavalierly just sort of ask a family to do again." — the first lady said reiterating that she has no intentions of running for president in 2020 or beyond.
  • "Words matter... the words that we say moving forward, all of us, it matters. Which is one of the reasons why Barack and I are so supportive of this transition. Because no matter how we felt going into it, it is important for the health of this nation that we support the commander-in-chief."

Below are some clips from the interview.