As with any other attack Malia and Sasha could get their way, they had support. Former first daughters Jenna, Barbara and Chelsea, who know how painful a nation’s attacks can feel, never hesitated to speak up.
Not long after a GOP congressional assistant berated teenagers for wearing too short hems at Turkey’s important forgiveness ceremony (the woman resigned after posting her quickly-revoked Facebook letter instructing them to do so dress like you deserve respect, not in one place bar “) Jenna appeared in Malia and Sasha’s defense on Watch What Happens Live in December 2014.
“I’m obviously very protective of her,” said Jenna. “I don’t think it’s easy. It’s not a job they wanted.”
But it’s one that comes with benefits. When a video appeared almost a year after Barack left office of Malia, then a freshman at Harvard, smoking, it turned out that the entire first group of children were both Ivanka Trump and Chelsea tweeted statements that more or less say: Can a girl live? As Chelsea put it: “Malia Obama’s personal life as a young woman, student, individual shouldn’t be your clickbait.”