A former resident of the White House showed poor sportsmanship after accusing everyone who voted for the incumbent president of being dishonest, hateful, chaotic, and divisive.

Michelle Obama stunned Americans from all sides of politics after she demonized 71 million voters, who exercised their constitutional right to give President Donald Trump another four years in the Oval Office.

“Let us remember that tens of millions of people voted for the status quo, even when it meant supporting lies, hate, chaos, and division,” she said on Twitter.

The former first lady used social media to suggest there was something seriously wrong with everyone who gave first preference to President Trump while casting their ballot at the general election on Nov. 3. She also encouraged Democratic Party supporters to try to discourage those voters from supporting the GOP again.

“We have got a lot of work to do to reach out to these folks in the years ahead and connect with them on what unites us,” she said.

Obama congratulated Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his vice-presidential pick Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) on winning the election, even though only projected results have been announced and the validity of deciding ballots that were cast late is still in contention.

“I am beyond thrilled that my friend Joe Biden and our first black and Indian-American woman Vice President Kamala Harris, are headed to restore some dignity, competence, and heart at the White House–our country sorely needs it,” she said on Twitter.

She also applauded everyone who volunteered and voted for the Democratic Party but stopped short of guaranteeing they would receive exactly what they had hoped for from a Biden administration.

“Thank you to all of you who poured every ounce of your hope and determination into this democracy over these past four years, registering voters, getting them to the polls, keeping folks informed,” she said on Twitter. “After we celebrate–and we should all take a moment to exhale after everything we have been through—let us remember that this is just a beginning, it is a first step, voting in one election is not a magic wand, and neither is winning one.”

President Trump refused to concede defeat until the Trump 2020 campaign has fully verified the integrity of the electoral system, and is certain the election was conducted in a fair and transparent manner.

“We should look at the votes, we are just beginning the tabulation stage, we should look at these allegations,” he said on Twitter. “If there is a problem in the system about authentication that would seriously affect the entire election—and what concerns me is that we had over 100 million mail-in ballot in cities like Philadelphia and Detroit with a long series of election problems (to put it mildly).”

If the campaign’s recount team finds any inconsistencies, they will be referred to the U.S. Supreme Court.

“We are seeing a number of affidavits that there has been voter fraud,” the president said on Twitter. “In Pennsylvania you had an order by a Supreme Court justice to compel them to separate ballots that were received after the legislative deadline. It required the intervention of Justice [Samuel] Alito–that is a large group of ballots.”

He also questioned the editorial impartiality of major media outlets after they prematurely declared Biden and Harris had won the presidential election.

“Since when does the ‘lame stream’ media call who our next president will be?” he said on Twitter. “We have all learned a lot in the last two weeks.”