By John Ballard
In the interest of privacy and security, the President and First Lady have asked the media not to make a big deal about their children's activities.
When an earthquake happens that is a newsworthy event, even without members of the First Family.
So here's how I found out about it...
Hard to blame the Obamas for trying to protect Malia from this kind of stuff quien.com/espectaculos/2�
� Blake Hounshell (@blakehounshell) March 20, 2012
"We can confirm that Malia Obama is safe and was never in danger," said Kristina Schake, Communications Director of the First Lady, Michelle Obama.
The eldest daughter of the president is on vacation from the last weekend in our country, along with 12 of his classmates.
According to its agenda, the president's daughter, 13 years old, will visit major tourist attractions in Oaxaca, including the tree of Tule, the archaeological site of Monte Alban, and the towns of San Martin Tilcajete, local crafts site and San Bartolo Coyotepec, cradle of black mud.
Malia Ann is hosted at the Camino Real Hotel is located in the heart of the historic center of the city. More ADNPol�co.