President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and Dr. Jill Biden, react while watching Sasha Obama and Maisy Biden, the Vice President's granddaughter, play in a basketball game in Chevy Chase, Md., Feb. 27, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)


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  • -fCh- 5y

    Michelle, is that good for (your) heart?
  • msrocky3 5y

    haha,too funny
  • Mariebrown2009 5y

    My goodness...Michelle looks like she is screaming....lol
  • potzilla 5y

    lol @ the little girl reading a book completely uninterested

    Aloha from Hawaii my friend,
    Moanalani :)

    Taken at Face Value...
  • ribanbel 5y

    all the grown ups are fired up and the kids are so uninterested like Potzilla said lmao
  • Scott 5y

    It looks like everyone is really enjoying this basketball game !

    Nice capture by Pete Souza !

    Happy Ladybug Cookie
  • yaddismo 5y

    I love the fact that the lady in the pink cheering while the leader of the free world disappoint. it has to be a hell of a shot. I love this picture and all of the people in it.
  • {}+*^ 5y

    Mrs. O's expression is priceless here...
  • Kristine Hu 5y

    I wonder if everyone in attendance to the game had to go through security screening due to the VIPs in attendance!
  • ReginaParis 5y

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  • ReginaParis 5y

    Boycott Fox News and News Corp, Here's a list of News Corp assets

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  • indygirl57 5y

    Love it that the first family gets a chance to be as "normal" as possible and watch their kids play sports. Most Excellent.
  • La ProvinciAna 5y

    He is a loving father! Great shot.
  • Trudy 5y

    LOVE it. So fun watching kids play and getting into the game. I barely watch sports on television. However, any game, even a kids' game in person is exciting. They look really cool, like traditional parents rooting for their kids and booing the opposition. Hehe.
  • Unalienable Rights by GOD- not Executive Order 5y

    From National Terror ALERT-on the Mexican Border


    Let us never let our guard down
  • obyvatel 5y

    The cheerful moment
  • Unalienable Rights by GOD- not Executive Order 5y

    It will be a cheerful moment when this Marxist is voted out of office

    Obama is seems is on the side of Mexico's drug cartel.

    Beheadings? Why are Mexico's drug GANGs so fond of beheadings?

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