Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States on Friday. Hours before the inauguration, Barack and Michelle Obama posted a video in which they made a series of announcements about their future that confirmed they have no intention of leaving the public eye.
The Blaze reported that the Obamas said they will begin working on the Obama Foundation, which they called a “center for citizenship,” as soon as they leave the White House. The foundation is located on the south side of Chicago.
However, Michelle made a point of saying that before they do this, they will “take a little break” so they can get some rest and spend time together as a family.
In preparation for the start of their foundation, the Obamas asked Americans to submit their ideas of what they think makes a good citizen.
“More than a library or museum, it will be a living, working center for citizenship,” the former president said. “That’s why we want to hear from you. Tell us what you want this project to be.”
They concluded the video by thanking the American people for accepting Obama as their president.
“Thank you, and we will see all of you again soon,” he added. “Bye-bye.”
Hey, Barry, no rush on coming back into the public eye. We won’t be missing you anytime soon!