Charles Dharapak, Associated Press
Being President Barack Obama's children doesn't come with any breaks, including TV watching, the president said on ABC'S "The View."
13-year-old Malia was recently given her first cell phone, however she is only allowed to use it on the weekends, Obama said on "The View."
Malia and Sasha also have limits on computer usage. Neither of the girls is on Facebook and they only use the TV and computer for homework during the week, Obama reported on the TV show.
Obama told the ladies on "The View" that he encourages his daughters to be involved in sports because he believes it encourages integrity, confidence and strength.
Despite Obama's ongoing responsibilities, he finds time to be a volunteer basketball coach for Sasha's team, the Vipers, he told "The View." Obama and first lady Michelle Obama strive to be involved in the girls' lives despite ongoing responsibilities.
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