The day is finally coming when Barack Obama will no longer be President of the United States.
With only weeks left in Obama’s presidency, millions of Americans are eagerly awaiting the day when Donald Trump will take office. After eight years of unchecked, liberal nonsense, sound, conservative leadership will be back in control.
Obama has said a lot about what he’ll do once his time in office is over. He has made claims that he will help guide the Democratic Party into the future. That he’ll stay involved in the political discourse. He’s even made veiled threats about interfering with the future of our government.
But the fact remains, come January 20th, the Obama’s will be out of the White House.
And it seems some people on staff are eager to get the process going.
From Washington Examiner:
A moving truck was seen on Wednesday parked outside the White House, where President Obama will live and work for just two more weeks.
The truck was parked on West Executive Avenue, a street inside the White House gates and situated in-between the Eisenhower Executive Office Building and the West Wing…
It’s that time… pic.twitter.com/pRFqPGMMvU
— Michelle Kosinski (@MKosinskiCNN) January 4, 2017
After moving out of the White House, Obama is expected to move his family into the Kalorama neighborhood of Washington D.C. Ivanka Trump, and her husband Jared, recently purchased a home in the same neighborhood, putting the new first family just two blocks away from where the Obama family is expected to live.
The real concern is Obama’s decision to stay in D.C. What does he expect to accomplish? Most former presidents retreat to private life, become humanitarians or philanthropists. Obama’s intention to stay nearby is an insult to the incoming President and his administration.
Make no mistake, Obama will only embarrass himself if he tries to stay in the public eye. No longer in office or in an elected position, he will only come off as a bitter loser, desperate for attention. Or perhaps he just wants his daughters to finish out school in D.C.
Regardless, he’s better off moving back to Hawaii. Sooner, rather than later.