Malia-Obama beer pong photo

*The DailyCaller.com may consider Malia Obama “the only cool Obama,” but the conservative website is also making some uncool assumptions about her as it posted a SnapChat screenshot of the 17-year-old college-bound teenager standing next to a guy who may or may have not been playing the popular college game beer pong.

The picture came during Malia’s recent visit to Brown University with her mom, First Lady Michelle Obama. The pair is currently hunting for a university for Malia to attend next year.

At the time the picture surfaced, Malia was staying with a friend in a dorm room. The duo ended up at a party with other students, some of whom appeared to be playing beer pong.

Malia-Obama beer pong picDespite it possibly painting Malia as someone on the verge of being out of control when she starts college, the picture doesn’t capture Malia drinking or holding a cup. Instead, she’s just standing there with her arms crossed.

Needless to say, the sight of the oldest daughter of President Barack Obama hanging out at a college party generated talk on social media from partygoers who tweeted about it. Although many of the tweets were later deleted, the following are some of the comments that turned up:

malia obama was taking shots and playing beer pong at a party last night LOL — colin (@colindamnit) October 11, 2015

Saw Malia Obama playing beer pong at a party last night. #Casual. The most casual thing I’ve ever seen  — fifty shades of tay (@taylorrrpearce) October 11, 2015

When you went to a brown party last night with Brenna scully, Malia Obama, and the secret service outside #illneverbethiscoolagain — Isabella Nilsson (@nilssonisabella) October 11, 2015

Despite commentary dwelling on Malia and the beer pong crowd, there were those who voiced their support of the first daughter as they brought up the hard partying of the twin daughters of former President George W. Bush when they were in college.

behold, the bush sisters. yet, malia obama playing beer pong like many other teens is an issue. pic.twitter.com/1rpU1JqVZH — lauren. (@leauxmichelle) October 16, 2015

At this time, The White House has not released a statement on the photograph of Malia.