The Obamas have been quietly making moves behind the scenes and waiting for the right time to go after President Donald Trump.
And speculation is rife that former First Lady Michelle Obama is gearing up for a 2020 run after her latest move.
Obama is making another tour of the United States, this time looking to encourage others to follow in her footsteps, according to The New York Post.
The tour begins on Sept. 23 and the former FLOTUS will be making five other stops in Canada and one in Texas.
And Michelle will be racking up big bucks while on her tour.
In Newark, Canada, on Nov. 3, fans are paying a minimum of $144 to see her.
Floor seats will set you back $1,300 for the event and the cheapest “meet and greet” tickets ring up at $2,500, for the hardcore fans who wish for facetime with the former FLOTUS.
Suite-level ducat access is where the big bucks come out with the most expensive ticking priced at $4,200.
Other prominent figures also think Michelle may be running in 2020.
Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh predicted last month that the former first lady might decide to run for the presidency — but there’s a twist.
Limbaugh thinks Michelle will announce a presidential run when the Democratic primaries are wrapping up early next year.
“Don’t be surprised if she gets in the Democrat presidential primary race after the primaries. Don’t be surprised. I think the Obamas are looking at this as, ‘The primaries? That’s beneath us. We’re not gonna enter the primaries,'” Limbaugh began.
“They’ll let these people fight it out, spend all their money, and then when it looks like none of them has a chance of beating Trump, here comes Michelle (My Belle) Obama at the latter moments of the campaign to jump into the fray and save the day for the Democrat Party,” Limbaugh added.
“She even beat out her BFF, The Oprah. Now, what does this mean? Does it actually mean that Michelle Obama is the most admired woman in the world? Well, maybe. But it means to me that we are greatly lacking in female heroes, and that only leftist women are promoted in ways that would make people admire them. But, I mean, if this is the case, there must be a small pool of people out there to choose from,” he added.
Limbaugh also said he believes President Obama sees President Donald Trump dismantling his failed legacy and is furious about it.
As such, the former president may be intrigued by the idea of the former first lady running for president in order to preserve what is left of his legacy.
So his theory is that she may be intrigued to run so that she can save the legacy of her husband — or what is left of it.
Limbaugh also said he thinks she would only run if the Obamas were convinced her election was a sure thing and that she could actually win.