President Obama isn’t just running into challenges in the political arena. He’s dealing with them at home too.
During a sit-down with PEOPLE Managing Editor Larry Hackett and Washington, D.C., correspondent Sandra Sobieraj Westfall, the President endearingly talked about his family and raising his two beautiful girls.
“I’ve got three opinionated, strong, tall women,” says President Barack Obama. “If they get together, they can have fun about my ears or being too loud, or how I dress.”
But the teasing (and teaching dad how to use Vine and Instagram) isn’t the worst of it. Both First Lady Michelle Obama and the President spilled the beans on how easy it is to embarrass daughters Sasha, 12, and Malia, 15, now that they’re older.
“Malia had friends over, and there was a question about whether she was going to even introduce them [to her dad], because sometimes he gets a little formal, asking them about school and interests,” the First Lady tells PEOPLE. “She says, ‘I don’t know if my friends can handle that.'” Then she turns to her husband and says, “But she said that you actually did quite well.”
“I acquitted myself well,” notes the President. “I did not embarrass her.”
Good job, Mr. President. How cute is the First Family?!
SOURCE: PEOPLE | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty