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Obamas to Stay in D.C. After Leaving White House

President Obama and his family plan to remain in D.C. after his term ends in December — at least for a while.They will stay in the nation's capital for a couple of years so that his youngest daughter Sasha can graduate high school, Obama reportedly told a group of people Thursday at a Milwaukee restaurant.Sasha, 14, attends Sidwell Friends School in Washington. His oldest daughter, Malia, is going off to college this fall. Obama made the comments when asked where he would live post-presidency while lunching with five people who had sent him letters describing how his landmark Affordable Care Act has helped them."We're going to have to stay a couple of years so Sasha can finish," answered Obama, whose comments were picked up by reporters' microphones. "Transferring someone in the middle of high school — tough."Obama, who would be the first president not to leave Washington since Woodrow Wilson, first hinted at the family's plans in a 2013 interview with Barbara Walters, but said Thursday they haven't decided where to live once both girls are finished high school."We haven't figured that out yet," he said

President Obama and his family plan to remain in D.C. after his term ends in December — at least for a while.

They will stay in the nation’s capital for a couple of years so that his youngest daughter Sasha can graduate high school, Obama reportedly told a group of people Thursday at a Milwaukee restaurant.

Sasha, 14, attends Sidwell Friends School in Washington. His oldest daughter, Malia, is going off to college this fall.

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Obama made the comments when asked where he would live post-presidency while lunching with five people who had sent him letters describing how his landmark Affordable Care Act has helped them.

“We’re going to have to stay a couple of years so Sasha can finish,” answered Obama, whose comments were picked up by reporters’ microphones. “Transferring someone in the middle of high school — tough.”

Obama, who would be the first president not to leave Washington since Woodrow Wilson, first hinted at the family’s plans in a 2013 interview with Barbara Walters, but said Thursday they haven’t decided where to live once both girls are finished high school.

“We haven’t figured that out yet,” he said

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Obamas to Stay in D.C. After Leaving White House

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