Does Obama’s New York Trip Offer a Glimpse into His Post-White House Life?

Does Obama’s New York Trip Offer a Glimpse into His Post-White House Life?

In this Feb. 27, 2015, photo,. President Barack Obama hosts a lunch with "My Brother's Keeper" mentees in the Map Room of the White House in Washington. Even more money than expected has been committed to Obama’s initiative aimed at helping young men of color, White House officials said Thursday, March 5. One year after the program began, more than $300 million in grants and in-kind resources have been independently committed to Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative, said Broderick Johnson, chair of the My Brother’s Keeper task force. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
In this Feb. 27, 2015, photo,. President Barack Obama hosts a lunch with “My Brother’s Keeper” mentees in the Map Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Greg Jaffe, THE WASHINGTON POST

 
NEW YORK (The Washington Post) — He still has almost two years left in office, but the outlines of President Obama’s post-White House life might be starting to take shape.

On Monday, the president will speak at the New York City launch of the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance, a nonprofit that is spinning off a White House initiative that his administration began in 2014. The trip to Lehman College in the Bronx is the latest in a series of hints from the White House about the president’s future plans. Last week, word leaked that Obama’s  presidential library is headed for the South Side of Chicago. In recent months there have been signs that his elder daughter, Malia, is looking atcolleges in New York City.

The president and first lady still have a while to figure out where they will settle post-presidency; alhough in the past, they’ve suggested that they may stay in Washington long enough to let their daughter Sasha graduate from Sidwell Friends School.

 

 

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