'Normal' Family Life Helps White House Kids
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Growing up in the White House means growing up in the spotlight, and Malia and Sasha Obama will endure it for four more years. Children of past presidents know the feeling. (Jan 14)

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POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYDenver, Colorado - August 25, 2008FILE4X31. Michelle Obama with her daughters greet then Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama via video screen at the Democratic National ConventionUPSOUND: Sasha Obama - "Hi, Daddy."2. Mid of Michelle Obama and her daughtersAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYChicago, Illinois - November 6, 201216X93. Various of the Obama family walking out on stage before President Barack Obama gives his re-election victory speechAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYHouston, Texas - November 15, 201216X94. SOUNDBITE: (English) Anita McBride, Fmr. Chief of Staff to Laura Bush:"Nothing completely prepares you for when you are the children of the president."AP PHOTOS - NO ACCESS CANADAWashington DC - October 28, 201216X95. STILL image, pan of President Obama walking out of the White Houes with his daughters, Sasha (left) and Malia (right)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYHouston, Texas - November 15, 201216X96. Wide of various children of past presidents gathered on stage at a conference on first familiesAP PHOTOS - NO ACCESS CANADAWashington DC - August 9, 197416X97. STILL image of the Ford family in the Oval Office, push in to Steven Ford standing to the right of his mother, first lady Betty FordAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYHouston, Texas - November 15, 201216X98. SOUNDBITE: (English) Steven Ford, Son of President Gerald Ford:"You very much depend on the people that you know already, your lifelong friends and you depend on your family members."AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYWashington DC - date unknownFILE4X39. President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea turn to the camera before boarding Marine OneAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYHouston, Texas - November 15, 201216X910. SOUNDBITE: (English) Anita McBride, Fmr. Chief of Staff to Laura Bush:"It is really important to preserve a family life and a private life when you're living in the public eye."POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania - 2000FILE4X311. Push in to Jenna (left) and Barbara (right) Bush in the center of a crowd cheering at them during the 2000 Republican National ConventionAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYHouston, Texas - November 15, 201216X912. SOUNDBITE: (English) Barbara Bush, Daughter of President George W. Bush:"Our family always came together on every election night. We had all of our aunts and uncles and all of our cousins because it can be very stressful and we just wanted to be with each other."AP PHOTOS - NO ACCESS CANADAWashington DC - November 2, 200416X913. STILL image, pan of members of the Bush family gathered at the White House to await returns on Election NightAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYHouston, Texas - November 15, 201216X914. Wide of Lynda Johnson Robb talking on stageAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYWashington DC - February 2, 1967FILE4X315. Lynda Johnson walks to a photo opportunity at a White House dinner dance to honor Princess Irene of Greece16. Wide of press gathered at event17. Mid of Lynda Johnson at event during her father's administrationAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYHouston, Texas - November 15, 201216X918. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lynda Johnson Robb, Daughter of President Lyndon Johnson:"I never did like the invasion of privacy of the press. Now with the secret service I did just fine. I made a deal. You don't tell on me, I won't tell on you."POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYdate and location unknownFILE4X319. Mid of Jenna Bush while her father President George W. Bush is in officeAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYWashington DC - date unknownFILE4X320. Jenna Bush walking with her father on the White House lawn AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYHouston, Texas - November 15, 201216X921. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jenna Bush, Daughter of George W. Bush:"I wish that Americans saw politicians and all people as people."AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYWashington DC - November 25, 2009FILE4X322. President Obama walks out of the White House with his daughters, Sasha (left) and Malia (right)POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYChicago, Illinois - November 6, 201216X923. Wide of the Obama family on stage at President Obama's re-election victory rally PKG SCRIPT:"Hi Daddy"LIKE ANY OTHER KIDS, THEY GROW UP. FOUR YEARS MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE, AND MALIA AND SASHA OBAMA NOW HAVE FOUR MORE UNDER A WHITE HOT SPOTLIGHT AT THE WHITE HOUSE. (SOT)(SUPER = Anita McBride, Fmr. Chief of Staff to Laura Bush)"Nothing completely prepares you for when you are the children of the president."MALIA, NOW 14 AND SASHA 11, MAY AGREE. SOME OF THEIR PREDECESSORS DO.STEVEN FORD MOVED INTO THE WHITE HOUSE IN HIGH SCHOOL.(SOT)(SUPER = Steven Ford, Son of President Gerald Ford)"You very much depend on the people that you know already, your lifelong friends and you depend on your family members."(SOT)(SUPER = Anita McBride, Fmr. Chief of Staff to Laura Bush)"It is really important to preserve a family life and a private life when you're living in the public eye."THE TWIN DAUGHTERS OF PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH SAY ELECTION NIGHTS WERE PARTICULARLY HARD.(SOT)(SUPER = Barbara Bush, Daughter of President George W. Bush)"Our family always came together on every election night. We had all of our aunts and uncles and all of our cousins because it can be very stressful and we just wanted to be with each other."LIKE THE TWINS, LYNDA JOHNSON ROBB WAS IN COLLEGE WHEN HER FATHER WAS SWORN IN AND WANTED A NORMAL SCHOOL EXPERIENCE. (SOT)(SUPER = Lynda Johnson Robb, Daughter of President Lyndon Johnson)"I never did like the invasion of privacy of the press. Now with the secret service I did just fine. I made a deal. You don't tell on me, I won't tell on you."JENNA BUSH TOO GREW FRUSTRATED AT TIMES BY ALL THE ATTENTION. (SOT)(SUPER = Jenna Bush, Daughter of President George W. Bush)"I wish that Americans saw politicians and all people as people."IT'S A PLEA THAT COULD HELP THE OBAMA GIRLS. AS THEY GROW, SO TOO WILL INTEREST IN THEM.