20 July 2018

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President Obama has reportedly found a place to carry out his work once he leaves the White House: the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

Obama has agreed to lease office space at the conservation group’s Washington, D.C., headquarters.

The WWF and an Obama spokesperson would not comment to the newspaper on the agreement, which has not been announced publicly.
“As a former president, President Obama will have office space in Washington, D.C., when he leaves office,” Obama spokeswoman Amy Brundage told the Post.

Obama’s presidential library will be based in Chicago, with outposts in New York and Hawaii. But he will begin his post-presidency in the nation’s capital, where he will live for at least two years while his younger daughter, Sasha, finishes high school.

The president and first lady Michelle Obama have reportedly rented a home in the Kalorama neighborhood, located roughly one mile from the WWF’s headquarters in Foggy Bottom.

2016.12.13 / 12:36
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