Michelle: Girls not invested in daddy being president

Wednesday June 15, 2011

As the launch of Barack's re-election campaign draws nearer, Michelle Obama has reflected on the possibility of four more years in the White House.

The Obamas have done their best to keep life as normal as possible for daughters Sasha and Malia during their stay in the 55,000 sq. ft. building.

Both girls participate in extra-curricular activities and receive an allowance for their weekly chores.
Their mother has stated that while "the girls seem to be thriving", "they're not invested in daddy being president."

The glamorous first lady reveals that the upcoming campaign "is not going to be easy, and it is going to be long."

Whatever the outcome, however, the Obamas continue to place their family as their top priority.

Currently, Michelle is busy promoting causes such as Joining Forces - an initiative that supports US service personal and their families.

She showed her backing for the organisation recently with an appearance on children's show iCarly (pictured).

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