Twenty-four hours later, it's still giving us chills.

By Samantha Zabell
Updated October 14, 2016
Boston Globe

After an exhausting week in politics, First Lady Michelle Obama arrived at a fired up New Hampshire rally on Thursday to speak on behalf of Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine. The speech she delivered—an impassioned, powerful response to Donald Trump's recent lewd comments about women and sexual assault—has everyone talking, even a day later. The Washington Post called the speech “remarkable,” and many outlets, including New York Magazine, The Nation, and the LA Times, are calling it the most important, powerful speech of the campaign. The First Lady called on voters to consider how Trump's words are not only affecting men and women in the country, but daughters and sons as well. "To dismiss this as everyday locker room talk is an insult to decent men everywhere," she said. The video has already garnered 1.2 million views on YouTube and more than 4 million views on Facebook. If you haven't seen it yet, you can watch the historic speech below.