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First daughter Sasha Obama has fun in the sun in Miami

It probably was a lot warmer in Florida. President Barack Obama, first lady Michelle Obama and their daughter Sasha arrive on Air Force One, Monday, Jan. 2, 2017, in Andrews Air Force Base, Md., en route to Washington as they return from their annual vacation in Hawaii.
It probably was a lot warmer in Florida. President Barack Obama, first lady Michelle Obama and their daughter Sasha arrive on Air Force One, Monday, Jan. 2, 2017, in Andrews Air Force Base, Md., en route to Washington as they return from their annual vacation in Hawaii. AP

Dad’s about to step down and move out of the White House.

So how does Sasha Obama spend her last days as one of two first daughters? The 15-year-old was in Miami Beach over the weekend, staying at the Setai. According to UsWeekly, Sasha traveled south with a few pals, including Maisy Biden, Vice President Joe Biden’s granddaughter.

Sasha’s quite the hipster dresser: Drake gave her a shout-out on social media for wearing a black baseball cap that feature the “Hotline Bling” rapper’s OvO symbol.

According to Scene in the Tropics, on Saturday night, Sasha and her pals were seen at STK South Beach. The girls sat in a private dining room on the second floor of the restaurant where they danced to the music by DJ Danny Stern, enjoyed STK favorites and indulged in a spread of desserts, including a cake and mini ice cream cone.

 

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Sasha was absent from Barack Obama’s farewell speech last week, inspiring the hashtag #wheressasha; mom first lady Michelle Obama explained to Jimmy Fallon later that her daughter had a big science test.

“She had a final,” Michelle told the late-night host. “You know the Obamas. ‘Girl, sorry. You take your test. You can say goodbye later.’ ”

Don’t expect Kardashian-like selfies from Sasha anytime soon. The teen has no account of her own yet — mom doesn’t think it’s appropriate yet for a girl her age, she told “20/20” back in 2013.

Malia is on the case. She recently posted a copy of the supportive letter from the Bush sisters, which appeared in @Time.

The first family will be traveling yet again. TMZ reports that after Donald Trump’s inauguration, they’ll all jet off to Palm Springs, California.

Lesley Abravanel contributed to this report.

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