While making his rounds at the annual White House Science Fair, President Obama ran into just about the cutest group of young inventors ever, and luckily, it was caught on tape. Five adorable “supergirls,” from a Tulsa Girl Scout Troop, among the youngest to present at this year’s fair, showed off their LEGO “robot” to the president. The girls’ robot, a battery-powered page turner to help people who are paralyzed or have arthritis was clearly a hit. One of the young girls, determined to engage the President, asked if he’d ever had a brainstorming session, like her and her friends had in order to come up with their robot idea. Barely missing a beat, and clearly amused with the little girl’s question, Obama replied, “I have had a couple brainstorming sessions. But I didn’t come up with anything this good! I mean, I came up with things like, you know, health care. It turned out OK.” After kudos to the girls and a sweet group hug, President Obama moved on to the next group of kids but not before proclaiming of the girls’ display, “Girls change the world, I like that!”

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