Transcript for Obama Girls Not Impressed With Summer Vacation?
Okay, robin, thanks. More on the president's trip overseas. It's a family affair. First lady, sasha and malia having fun catching up on family history and I'm getting ready for a special lunch. Here's abc news's linzie janis. ♪ It's a beautiful day ♪ you know it's a buhl day from u2's bono invites you to finnegans. While dining with a rock star is one of the perks of being a first family some of the vacations can be a bit much when you're 14 and 11 as we've seen on the most recent trips. Even the president's daughters can get bored as they pored over relics like this. Malia's face reveals it. We couldn't be more thrilled to see a live performance of riverdance. ♪ Reporter: Although everyone around is giving thunderous applause to the first lady you may not join in because she is, after all, your motr or as they meet with distant irish cousins how quickly these once-in-a-lifetime experiences can take a turn when they become about as impressed as the griswolds in "european vacation." We know. Big pen. Parliament. Reporter: For "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. Liken it to the griswolds. We have to have lunch with bono again. Gee, mom.
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