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While recently at LAX, Rae Sremmurd's Swae Lee told TMZ that he not only wants to date Malia Obama, but knows exactly how he would set up their first date.
Lee wasn't directly asked about his dating life, though when questioned about who he would like to write for as an artist he said, "I want to write for Adele, or with Adele. I know you’re on vacation." Lee, who is 21, said he would take Malia, who's 18, to the Bahamas, and laid out an elaborate dinner date that would be "200 feet in the air on a suspended table at a five-star restaurant." He would then take her to the beach, "maybe go on some jet skis," then take her home.
See some of the wildest -- and most hilarious -- reactions to Sasha's absence: But Greer soon updated to note that he was not a reporter and the tweet was a "joke."Others suggested Sasha was the "designated survivor" of the Obama family, a reference to the tradition of keeping one member of the White House administration safe and separate in case of an attack on a public event.
The practice never applies to family, who have no role in the presidential line of succession.
If you've been paying attention to the latest celeb sightings in New York City, you may have heard the former president, Barack Obama, made an unexpected visit to Manhattan yesterday.
Hopefully I've been a good example in terms of how I show respect to my wife." The second reason, of course, is the Secret Service.
It remained unclear as of Tuesday night where Sasha was during the speech.
She was last photographed in public in early January while returning from the family vacation in Hawaii.
When President Obama first took office in 2008, his daughters, Sasha and Malia, were only 7 and 10 years old.
Eight years later, the Obama girls are all grown up and already "ditching" dinners with their parents to go on dates, according to Barack, who sat down for an interview with Raleigh, NC's WDCG radio station on Friday.
She earned her Ph D degree from the University of Hawaii at Mānoa and worked with the United States Agency for International Development, the Ford Foundation, and Women's World Banking, to promote the use of microcredit in order to combat global poverty. Madelyn Dunham (née Madelyn Lee Payne) was Obama's maternal grandmother who worked in banking and became vice president of a bank in Hawaii.