Barack Obama may have served as president of the United States, but he now admits that his wife Michelle is the “top dog” in his household.
Obama said on Dax Shepard and Monica Padman’s Spotify podcast “Armchair Expert” on Thursday, “I’m generally the brunt of every joke in my household.” He was alluding to Michelle’s and their two kids, Malia and Sasha’s, daily lives at home.
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Obama continued, “Michelle is the top dog because they’re afraid of her.” “Michelle always says you need at least one parent that the kids think is a little insane and might actually murder you,” she says.
Shepard, who is married to actress Kristen Bell, described the threat as “plausible.”
Obama said, “They know I’m — I’m all bark and no bite.” “As a result, what happens at the dinner table is that the three of them constantly mock me.”
“My huge ears, or my strange habits or fashion taste, or if I mispronounce the name of some hip hop star that Sasha has been listening to,” the women in Obama’s family harass him about.
“They’ll say things like, ‘What an idiot.'” So that’s basically how my place feels,” he added. “You never become a prophet in your own country.”
Obama also discussed why he “wasn’t that hesitant to commit to Michelle” when they married in 1992 in the same interview.
He explained, “I like the concept of being there as a husband and a father in a way that I hadn’t had before.”
According to People Magazine, Malia recently graduated from Harvard University and will age 23 this coming Sunday. Obama paid tribute to Sasha when she turned 20 last month on social media.
He wrote last month, “You’ve matured so much, and it’s been a joy to watch you become the person we always thought you’d be.” “Your mother and I are looking forward to seeing where life takes you next.”
Michelle acknowledged last month that she had “nearly forgotten” that her daughters, ages 20 and 23, were turning 20 and 23 this summer.
“I mean, I’m just like, ‘Stop there,'” she says. She stated, “I don’t even have adolescents anymore.”
Michelle also discussed how the COVID-19 outbreak forced her daughters to return home in the last year.
“This time has given us the opportunity to reclaim some stolen moments with our girls,” Michelle remarked. “Those relived moments have meant the world to us, and I believe they have strengthened our bonds with our children.”
On July 2, 2021, Daniel M penned this piece. It was first published on Objectivist.co and is reprinted with permission.