Found November 17, 2012 on Bush League Chronicle:
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On Thursday, United States Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney visited President Obama and the The White House. During her visit, Obama took the time to snap this hilarious photo featuring Maroney's infamous "not impressed" look from the 2012 Summer Olympics.Her signature facial expression stems from her reaction after learning she had won silver and not gold in the women's vault competition. Maroney wasn't impressed then, and she certainly did seem impressed or awestruck on Thursday either.Via The White House.
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