(CNN) - President Barack Obama may be commander-in-chief but even he gets put in his place at home.
"I've got three opinionated, strong, tall women," Obama said in an interview with People Magazine of his wife and daughters Sasha and Malia. "If they get together, they can have fun about my ears or being too loud, or how I dress."
The First Lady said daughter Malia, 15, has complained in the past that the President asks her friends too many questions.
"Malia had friends over, and there was a question about whether she was going to even introduce them [to her dad], because sometimes he gets a little formal, asking them about school and interests," the First Lady said. "She says, 'I don't know if my friends can handle that."
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"I acquitted myself well...I did not embarrass her," Obama responded.
Obama told People that his daughters have coached him and the First Lady on everything from fashion to how to use social media applications like Vine and Instagram.
The full interview is set to hit newsstands on Friday.
CNN's Dana Davidsen contributed to this report.