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Sasha, Malia and Michelle Obama (REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque)

Malia and Sasha Obama at the Jonas Brothers concert last night with their mom and friends from D.C. and Chicago. No surprise the kids were spotted at Verizon Center -- the boy band, remember, played at the inaugural youth concert and were the big surprise at the girls' White House scavenger hunt on inauguration night. (Big concert-going season for the Obama ladies, who also made the scene at the Beyoncé show.)

By The Reliable Source  |  July 14, 2009; 1:00 AM ET
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Hey! Isn't that the American working citizens hard earned and taken tax money being used for the direct PERSONAL benefit of an elected officials family!! Where is the outrage! Why can the President and his family spend MILLIONS of our tax dollars for their personal pleasure while all the while advocating raising taxes. It is CRIMINAL!!

Posted by: jelswor | July 15, 2009 10:13 AM | Report abuse

jelswor - chill. you don't know WHO paid for those tickets. Even IF they were government-paid, this wouldn't be unprecedented or any different then the government picking up the tabs for Bush (and his record-setting number of trips to his ranch), Reagan, Bush #1 and their respective families social activities when at the White House. Paper Tiger. stop the rant.

We were also at the concert and Idol winner #3 Fantasia Barrino (in town for her run at Kennedy Center with Color Purple) and her daughter were in Section 110, row B for the concert. they were standing, dancing to the music and enjoying, and Fantasia also got to see her Idol alumnae, season #5 winner Jordin Sparks. Ms. Barrino was very gracious to the growing number of nearby concert-goers who began to recognize her and to ask for autographs. I have a picture if the Reliable Source wants it.

Posted by: barusso | July 17, 2009 9:45 AM | Report abuse

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