At War?! Obama admits he's never seen the Kardashians despite banning his daughters from watching show... as sisters call Michelle's wardrobe 'pretend poor'
They are two of America's most high profile families, but a rift seems to be developing between the Obamas and the Kardashians.
The famous sisters are reportedly angry after Michelle Obama last week revealed that the President had tried to stop his daughter watching 'Keeping up with the Kardashians'.
They have allegedly responded by insulting the First Lady's dress sense with one of the sisters reportedly calling her wardrobe 'pretend poor' while another said her outfits are 'cheap suburban tack'.
But last night the President revealed that he has never even seen the sisters' E! show.
Unimpressed: President Obama told Jay Leno that he had never watched 'Keeping up with the Kardashians'
Sisters: Khloe, Kourtney and Kim Kardashian are said to be angry that the President has tried to ban his daughters from watching his show 'Keeping up with the Kardashians'
One of the sisters reportedly said that the First Lady's clothes were selected to 'keep voters on a budget', according to the source.
'They charge Michelle is "two-faced", that she really worships the kind of life they lead and "takes every vacation she can".'
Khloe Kardashian is said to be most offended as she had told friends that the President thought their show was great after she met him at the White House in 2009 at a function with her Lakers basketball husband Lamar Odom, reported the Enquirer.
Mrs Obama apparently agrees with the assertion that the TV show is not good for their daughters.
Meeting: Barack Obama met Khloe Kardashian at the White Houzse in 2009 when she accompanied her Lakers basketball husband Lamar Odom
Unsuitable: Michelle Obama is also said to think that the show is 'no example' for their daughters Malia, 13, and Sasha, 10
Last night, while sitting down with Jay Leno on the Tonight Show Mr Obama admitted that he had never seen the programme.
'No I haven't seen the show,' he said. 'I am probably a little biased against reality TV, partly because there's this programme on C-Span called Congress that I…'
'No I have not seen the show,' he continued.