Obama stopped by The Tonight Show on Thursday, and in addition to slow jamming the news with Jimmy Fallon, the commander-in-chief also revealed that he and Michelle Obama would be staying in D.C. until their daughter Sasha Obama finishes up high school.
But that doesn't mean the president isn't planning an epic vacation for when his second term ends in January! He explained:
Earlier this week, the father of Brock Turner — the former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexual assault — wrote a letter to the court in support of his son.
In the letter, Dan Turner asked for leniency in his son's rape conviction, saying Brock didn't deserve to be a registered sex offender and spend six months in jail for "20 minutes of action."
Needless to say, the plea has sparked even more outrage for downplaying the sexual assault of an unconscious woman behind a dumpster — especially after the embarrassingly light sentence Turner received.
On Tuesday, Elizabeth Banks proved just how hard it is to be a working momma when she admitted she was missing her son's pre-school graduation in order to accept her film-maker award at the GlamourWomen Of The Year Awards across the pond.
Speaking to the crowd onstage at Berkeley Square Gardens, the 42-year-old beauty said:
"I have two little boys at home. Felix my oldest is five and graduating from pre-school tomorrow. I didn't realize I was going to be missing it when I accepted my invite. I'm a f*cking asshole. Being a working mom is super complicated."
At least that's what Stefanie Fair learned from her stint on Bravo's There Goes The Motherhood!
The singer was one of six mothers who went on an eight-week parent education course guided by parenting expert Jill Spivack, where she rediscovered her voice and learned to never give up on her dreams — in addition to picking up a few tips about parenting, we assume?