We already know that Barack and Michelle Obama are adorable together—their first date is being turned into a rom-com, for god's sake—but when the president appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Friday, he confirmed that he and the first lady are the epitome of relationship goals. Not only are the Obamas great parents, but they actually get along with each other.
When Ellen asked what the first couple fights about, Obama said they don't have many disagreements. "You know, after about 15 years I finally figured out that she's always right," he said, prompting shrill cheers from the audience. "So we just stopped fighting after that." In other words, they're basically the perfect couple. Further proof is in President Obama's Valentine's Day serenade, which may or may not have been written by Ellen:
Ellen also asked the president whether, watching the madness that is the 2016 presidential race, he misses campaigning at all, to which he responded with a firm, "no." "It's always good to get out of Washington, which can be a little depressing," he said. Tell us about it. Nonetheless, he wouldn't trade his White House seat for the campaign trail. In fact, President Obama's days as a politician might be numbered—he only has a few months left in office, and no one is quite sure what he'll be doing after that. One thing is for sure, though: he'll still play his primary role as embarrassing dad.