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Obama: would tell daughters to 'go for it' if wanted to enlist

President Barack Obama said on Wednesday that he would be proud if his daughters decided to enlist in the U.S. military - but admitted he would worry about them, too. Obama was asked by a retired U.S. Army colonel at a CNN town hall what he would say to his daughters Malia, 18, and Sasha, 15, if they wanted to serve in the military. "I'd say, 'Go for it,'" Obama said, describing to the audience at the Fort Lee military base how inspired he has been by the discipline and patriotism in service members he has met during his time as Commander in Chief.
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