First Lady Michelle Obama received chants of "four more years" at a rally Friday in Virginia on behalf of Hillary Clinton, leading her to try to quiet the crowd.
"It is so hard to believe that it is less than two months to Election Day and that my family is almost at the end of our time at the White House," Obama said to cries of "No!" from the crowd in Fairfax. "Yeah. It’s almost time."
The crowd then broke into chants of "Four more years," suggesting they wanted the Obamas to return to the White House for another term.
"No!" Obama said, smiling. "Nooooo."
She laughed as the chants continued.
"Let me say this," she said. "You have me and Barack working on your behalf for the rest of our lives, so no need to worry. We’re going to be here."
President Obama’s approval rating is at an average of 54 percent, according to Gallup, while Clinton’s favorability rating stands at 41.6 percent.
She went on to stump for Clinton, saying she was inspired by the current Democratic nominee’s record of public service and that she was the most qualified to take the job.