Obama Hints At Post-Presidential Plans To STAY In DC

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November 30, 2013 11:52pm PST

If you’re sick of Obama by the end of his second term, you might be in for some bad news.

According to ABC News, it is very likely that he will be staying in Washington, D.C.

The purpose of staying?

For one, to push Democrat support for Obamacare and his other unpopular legislation.

Although ABC’s Barbara Walters said Obama “says he will never again run for elected office,” she added that it is likely he will stay in D.C. and remain active in politics. It is something “they are thinking about,” Walters said.

It is likely that Obama will aim to be U.N. Chief or something similar.

On Walters’ show, Obama said he would probably stay in D.C. because his wife and two children have made close friends in the area. He said, “They have made a lot of sacrifices on behalf of my cockamamie ideas, the running for office and things.”

Presidents are typically expected to leave D.C. after finishing up their last term.

But it would be no surprise if Obama decided to stay, since his entire working life has been focused on politics (he’s never worked in that thing that we all call the “private sector.”)

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