When Donald Trump was elected president of the United States, tons of women across the country found it hard to hold back their tears.
Why? Because Trump's misogynic viewpoints were (and still are) quite obvious. Let's call a spade a spade: He's about to grab America by the pussy, and there's not much we can do about it.
Many women (and men) have found peace of mind through protesting and volunteering during this unsettling time.
However, there are two women in particular we admire for how they're dealing with the election results: Malia and Sasha Obama.
Malia Obama, 18, and Sasha Obama, 15, have had a front row seat during the entire 2016 presidential election.
During President Obama's final press conference on Wednesday afternoon, a reporter asked how they were coping with the election results.
Christi Parsons, a reporter from the Los Angeles Times, asked Obama,
The President began by praising his beloved daughters before admitting how they truly felt.
Then, he noted his girls were "disappointed" with the results and explained how they've looked up to their mother during the presidential campaign.
Well, I'm crying again.
There's no question these girls have it together way more than I do, and what Obama said next definitely solidified that point.
During the conference, he stated,
We can all learn from Malia and Sasha because no matter what the election results may bring, our values are not being taken from us.
We must follow their lead and hold tight to our morals during this trying time in history.
Citations: Here's How Malia and Sasha Obama Are Really Dealing With the Election (Cosmopolitan)