What Are Obama’s Plans After Stepping Down


Barrack Obama is the 44th President of the United States. He is also the first African-American president and the first American president to be born outside the United States Main continent. He comes from a middle class hard working family. This background has been an immense strength to him. He knows the value of hard work and good education, both which has helped him to dedicate himself to the service of his country and people. He has served the US for two terms as President. The first, when he was elected in 2008 and the second term which is going to end in January 2017.

obama2Childhood Obama’s father was from Kenya and his mother from Kansas. He was born on August 4, 1961. His grandparents helped to raise him when he was a kid. After college, Obama helped to rebuild communities which were devastated by the closure of certain localized steel plant in Chicago. He later attended law school where he also became the President of Harvard Law Review.

obama1Future plans
As the time to leave is approaching it is heard that he is planning to relocate his presidential library to Chicago. Combating economic and racial issues is going to be his main agenda. He plans to be fully immersed in all such activities which promote the causes of socially weak communities. Though he should be engaged seriously in his personal plans for the future, sources from the White House have confirmed that he is more occupied in making the most of his Term as President. He is devoted to paying attention to International events and solving issues within the country. There are also talks about a new political party being launched which is going to focus on state legislative affairs.

Other areas which will come under his attention post-presidency are
· Proper functioning of criminal justice system
· Encouraging the youth to participate and work for their communities
· Improve the quality of education

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Obama Nostalgic At Springfield, Illinois


As President Obama stood before the Illinois state legislature on Wednesday, he couldn’t help but be a little bit nostalgic and sentimental. After all, this was the place where Obama had spent his time before his sprint as President of The United States at the White House, serving as a young and robust State Senator of Illinois.

Nine years ago Springfield was the place where the then-senator had started his journey to The White House. This was where he had motivated all of his supporters with his wonderfully eloquent politics of hope motto, which proved to be the hallmark of his subsequent election campaign. And, it was only fitting that he returned here to Illinois as part of his farewell tour.

The president’s speech lasted for more than one hour. This hour-long address was filled with memories of his time at Springfield. He fondly recalled the camaraderie that existed at the time, even between opposing members of the Republicans and the Democrats. He recalled that they would always meet each other, would even play cards with each other and more importantly, would always behave amicably with each other, irrespective of their official party differences.

Obama sadly expressed that though it was his desire to have repeated this fellowship during his tenure at The White House, it was, unfortunately, an impossible task, given the seriousness of the situations that had prevailed during the time. And, he sadly remarked that he even saw evidence of this divide at Illinois now.

During his speech, The President joked with his former colleagues. He made it a point to only casually refer to the ongoing Presidential Campaign, being fought between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. But, Obama did refer to the increase in the politics of intolerance, a candid reference to candidate Donald Trump’s infamous campaign tirades against Hispanics and Muslims.