Obama Family Unhappy with Wi-Fi in the White House

REUTERS/Larry Downing
REUTERS/Larry Downing

The White House’s wireless connectivity is “a serious issue,” according to President Barack Obama.

In an interview with CBS News, Barack Obama complained of substandard internet performance. Malia and Sasha are “real irritated sometimes” by wireless coverage that Michelle Obama described as “a little sketchy.”

CBS reporter Gayle King asked the president what advice, if any, he would have for the future residents of the White House. Obama replied, “Well, no … The whole tech thing, we’ve been trying to get that straight for the next group of folks, because it is an old building.” He claimed there were many “dead spots” throughout the building where Wi-Fi doesn’t work.

The Obamas will only have to deal with the problems of that pesky old building until next January, when a new president will be introduced to the terrible inconveniences of being the most powerful political figure on the planet.

And while the Obamas haven’t announced where they’ll be moving once the president’s term is finally over, apparently they’ll be letting Sasha make that decision.

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