Days before the election, Newsweek reporter Richard Wolffe spoke to Michelle Obama about how she feels about making the transition to the White House. Although carefully couched in jinx-proof speech, she talks about how having the girls feel settled is the most important thing and how she plans to get her mom to move to D.C. (hint: it involves sad eyes and guilt). She says she's had lots of conversations with Hillary Clinton about how to create personal space for her daughters — and praises Hillary and Bill's raising of Chelsea, who Michelle calls "mature, decent, well-balanced young lady." If you want to compliment a woman, praise the job she did on her daughter — just ask our moms! [Newsweek]