The First Fan was burning some serious midnight oil Wednesday night and, even though President Obama’s beloved Chicago White Sox weren’t in the World Series, he was pretty pumped about the Chicago Cubs’ victory over the Cleveland Indians.

Shortly after 2 a.m. EDT Thursday, he tweeted that the win that ended the longest championship drought in the four major sports was “change that even this South Sider can believe in. Want to come to the White House before I leave?”

First lady Michelle Obama was even happier about the W.

If the Cubs can pile into Joe Maddon’s RV and make that road trip happen before Jan. 20, 2017, the party might look something like this:

More on the World Series:

You knew it couldn’t come easy, but the Cubs are World Series champions

Plenty of heroes, no goats: Cubs win an epic Game 7

Five things to remember about the Cubs’ memorable victory

The Cubs had a great night. Bill Murray’s was better.