"What's true for you all in your homes is the same for us. It's really the interaction that we have as a family that makes it feel like home. It's sitting down at the dinner table and having Barack's day be really the last thing anyone really cares about. So he's sort of the throw-on piece; it's like, 'Oh yeah, Daddy, and what did you do today?' It's still their space. It's still their world."
On Maintaining Family Normalcy
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