The US President appeared on Good Morning America on Friday, where he spoke to anchor Robin Roberts about fatherhood and his feelings about Sasha and Malia growing older in the White House.
"They're smart, they're funny, but most importantly, they're kind, they're respectful and they're responsible," Barack explained. "I could not ask for better kids.
"I'm not anticipating complete mayhem for the next four or five years, but I understand teenage-hood is complicated. I should also point out that I have men with guns that surround them often. A great incentive for running for re-election is that means they'll never get in a car with a boy who had a beer. And that's a pretty good thing."
Barack also gave wife Michelle "the lion's share of the credit" for raising the girls and insisted that the couple will not have any more children. He added: "As Michelle points out, I did not carry ten pounds in my belly. I think Michelle's general view is, we're done."
Barack and Michelle previously revealed their parenting rules, confessing that Sasha and Malia are only permitted to watch TV at the weekend.
Michelle has also said that she encourages the children to spend time outdoors, and revealed that her daughters enjoy playing multiple sports.