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Barack Obama’s Sweetest Father-Daughter Moments With Sasha And Malia

In his book “A Promised Land,” Barack Obama revealed that he tried coaching the Vipers, Sasha’s school basketball team, which also included Maisey Biden. The former president wrote, “After observing an adorable, but chaotic, first couple of games, Reggie [Love] and I took it upon ourselves to draw up some plays and volunteered to conduct a few informal Sunday afternoon practice sessions with the team.” Barack admitted that they had to take things back to the basics and teach the players the fundamentals of basketball to help them do better. Thankfully, “The girls seemed to have as much fun as we did,” (via The Sunday Times). 

Thanks to their team efforts and the duo’s coaching, Sasha’s team won the coveted championship league after an undefeated season. Although Barack primarily undertook coaching to spend more time with his daughter, the other parents didn’t quite see things that way. They believed that being coached by the then-President of the United States gave the Vipers an unfair advantage. So, alas, Barack chose to resign to maintain the peace.

But that didn’t stop him from showing up with Michelle Obama and then-Vice President Joe Biden to support their young ones. Nurturing Sasha and Malia Obama in their creative endeavors is important to Barack. In his 2013 Father’s Day address, the former president said that after the end of his tenure, he wouldn’t think much about his political career. Instead, he would fondly remember Sasha’s dance recitals and Malia’s tennis games.

Post source: The List


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