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Sasha's inauguration yawn goes viral

Published On: Jan 22 2013 08:21:16 AM CST   Updated On: Jan 22 2013 10:27:32 AM CST
Sasha Obama yawn

Maybe it was boredom or lack of sleep, but Sasha Obama's big yawn during her dad's inauguration has gone viral online.

The president was talking education when the 11 year-old let out a serious yawn.

Fatigue or boredom aside, Sasha did manage to keep clapping for her dad.

This is not the first time the youngest Obama daughter has yawned while listening to her father. In 2008, she yawned during the Democratic National Convention with her head on her mom's lap, USA Today reported.

Sasha also made headlines Sunday, when her dad was officially sworn in. Afterward, she congratulated him by saying, "Good job, Dad. You didn't mess up."

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