President Obama Not Going Back To Chicago After He Leaves Office

President Barack Obama will not be returning to Chicago no time soon once his presidential term ends in January 2017.

Obama told a small group during a luncheon in Milwaukee that he and his family would stay in Washington D.C. for a while.

“We’re going to have to stay a couple of years so Sasha can finish school,”
he said, according to the Chicago Sun Times. “Transferring someone in the middle of high school – tough.”

Obama didn’t comment on where his family would live after Sasha graduates. He did reportedly remark that being in Milwaukee was nice, since it was close to Chicago.

“Hawaii is home for me,” he said, while also noting Chi Town was his real home. “I spent almost 30 years in Chicago.”

Obama’s home is located in the Hyde Park area of the Windy City.

First Lady Michelle Obama has deep roots in the Chi. Once upon a time, Mrs. Obama lived in Parkway Gardens.

Mrs. Obama opened on up on her past upbringing during an interview with Time Magazine.

Her grandparents, she said, “lived in this housing development called Parkway Gardens. I was actually born there. But I saw it as a wonderful, small apartment building. That’s how I remember it. But now when I pass it, it’s — I was like, God, I never saw that apartment in the way that I’m seeing it now.”

The First Lady later moved with her parents to Euclid Avenue around the age of 2.

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