Sasha and Malia Dolls Irk First Lady

Yesterday, Obama press secretary Robert Gibbs said he's confident the first family will adjust to what comes next.

"This is a monumental testament to Michelle," Gibbs said. "The girls have always had a very strong routine that's kept them away from all of this and all of the political campaign. They're very much the same four people that I met five years ago when I went to work for them."

ABC News' Russell Goldman and Jennifer Parker contributed to this report.

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