PHOTO: McKayla Maroney and President Obama Are Unimpressed Together

Ha! The Olympic gymnast practices her famous smirk with Obama while visiting the White House

McKayla Maroney has taken her unimpressed look to the highest level possible!

The Olympic gymnast not only got to meet President Barack Obama during the 2012 Kellogg's Tour of Champions' stop in Washington D.C. last week, but she also got to practice her signature "not impressed" scowl with the POTUS!

The Olympic gymnasts (Maroney, Kyla Ross, Jordyn Wieber, Aly Raisman and Gabby Douglas) had the honor of visiting the White House early Nov. 15, before they put on their traveling gymnastics exhibition tour in nearby Northern Virginia. "All together again!! FIERCE 5 reunited. So good being back with my best friends," Maroney, 16, twittered on Thursday.

During their meeting, the newly re-elected President Obama gamely posed for a photo with both of them doing the patented apathetic expression that turned Maroney into an internet meme after receiving the silver medal in the vault competition at the London Games last summer.

But, for once, Maroney actually was impressed, immediately sharing on Twitter:  "Did I just do the Not Impressed face with the President..?"

On Saturday, the White House's own social media team re-tweeted Maroney and answered her with a simple "Yes," and a link to the now-viral image of her with Obama. The White House's Flickr stream captioned the photo as: "President Barack Obama jokingly mimics U.S. Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney's 'not impressed' look while greeting members of the 2012 U.S. Olympic gymnastics teams in the Oval Office, Nov. 15, 2012."

Congratulations, McKayla -- you can show your grandchildren one day how you smirked with the 44th President!

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