When Rob Kardashian and Dancing With the Stars partner Cheryl Burke share the spotlight on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Monday, they'll address President Barack Obama's comment this week about disapproving of his daughters Sasha and Malia watching Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Turns out, Rob wasn't bitter at all!
As noted by E! Online, host Ellen DeGeneres asked him, "How do you feel when you hear…Obviously a lot of people have a lot of opinions about reality television in general. And, then also the Kardashian Empire. There are so many spinoffs and shows. Then the president makes a statement, he doesn't want his daughters watching the show. How does effect you?"
Rob sounded pretty level-headed and responded, "Well, obviously someone's watching in that White House. But no, to each his own. I understand he's trying to raise his daughters a certain way and that's fine. Everyone has an opinion."
"But you really learn a lot from our show," he added. "There are no negative things on our show. There is always a positive message at the end of the day. But, Go Obama!"
At that point Ellen replied, "That's very sweet. I agree with you. It's not a negative thing. You're a loving family and supportive…and very real."