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Supposedly, 17-year-old Malia Obama thinks she’s above the law. On a recent visit to Brown University, the president of the United States’ daughter was caught playing beer pong. Oh the humanity!
From The Daily Caller:
She stayed with a friend in a dorm room, and even though there were Secret Service all over the place, she still managed to party her Obamass off like she was a 2005 Bush twin.
Yeah, Malia did normal college things like eat at the dining hall and get a burrito bowl from Chipotle, but she was also spotted playing beer pong with the other Ivy League students during a dorm party.
And here she is playing a little ten cup:
Well, look who it is. pic.twitter.com/6udrgD55iT
— STEVE HOLT (@SteveHoltGDX) October 16, 2015
A college visit when you’re the president’s daughter isn’t easy. Malia had secret service agents all over campus, so sneaking into any fraternity parties was going to be a task.
Malia Obama is at Brown eating outside a dining hall surrounded by secret service. #Casual
— fifty shades of tay (@taylorrrpearce) October 10, 2015
When your friends partied at Brown with Malia Obama and you couldn't go because of homework and travel times <<< 😒
— Mariah (@Mariaharedfern) October 11, 2015
The fallout from this Snapchat can go one of two ways: The Obamas can apologize for their daughter playing beer pong, saying they don’t encourage underage drinking yada yada yada, OR the Obamas could say, “Shit happens. College students drink. Get off your high horses.”
I much prefer the latter, but I know it won’t happen. In all honesty, Malia looks pretty damn composed in that picture for a high school girl playing beer pong in college. Hell, she looks more composed than most college girls at a college party.
She’s also got a ways to go if she wants to beat the Bush twins.
Here’s an excerpt from the 2009 book, “In the President’s Secret Service:”
While the girls matured in college, they still resented having Secret Service agents around. … Jenna was particularly difficult. She would sometimes purposely try to lose her protection by going through red lights or by jumping into her car without telling agents where she was going. As a result, the Secret Service kept her car under surveillance so agents could follow her — a waste of manpower.
And this is why I’m never having girls. What kind of tricks you got up your sleeve, Sasha?.
Image via Twitter