WASHINGTON DC - Although First Lady Michelle Obama has tried her hardest to keep the Halloween costumes that her daughters have chosen a secret, Sasha and Malia have committed to wearing Bo to their classrooms on Monday, October 31st.
Traditionally, though public and private schools have tried for decades to implement something fun of the fourth highest selling retail holiday of the year, they mostly allow children to be festive as long as it doesn't copy what teachers wear at night.
In fact, usually, they ask parents to at least bring candy to share but at most have children wear the best looking edible costume available in stores without using adult sizes. One child this year had planned to be Sugar Angry Birds because the costume that was sent in the mail seemed to boring.
President Barack Obama, who was at first apprehensive about the idea because he could not imagine his favorite dog, Bo, to be eaten by other children, told reporters that he wants to support his children the way former President George W. Bush and President Bill Clinton cared for their children, namely, not paying them any mind.
Thus far, both Sasha and Malia were leading in costume competitions hosted by Facebook and hoped to obtain the most amount of candy corn available to children without having to pay for it.
Secret Service agents, fortunately for once, had an easier day because they didn't have to protect the kids as much since they looked completely different than they normally looked like except that they still had black skin compared to the rest of the white class.
No word yet on what the President and First Lady Obama would dress up as but our sources tell us that Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian were close calls.