"It's bad. And Barack is the worst, but they'll call you out on it. It's like, 'We're having dinner, put that down.' But we have clear rules. We have clear rules about screen time and TV time. None during the week if it doesn't involve schoolwork. And now, more and more, Malia, who is in eighth grade, everything is on the computer. So we've had this conversation — I've got to trust that when you're on the computer that you're actually having conversation about school and not talking to Taylor about God knows what. And sometimes I have to come through the room. It takes a couple of times to be like, that didn't sound like math to me. So if she knows that at any point I'm going to walk into her room, which I do, that it keeps her honest. But she's a good kid. She doesn't try to break the rules. We'll see about Sasha. She's coming up."
On Limiting Screen Time
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