BREAKING: We Just Found Out New Job Obama Will Be Doing After Leaving WH… Never Been Done Before

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Traditionally outgoing presidents leave Washington D.C. after wishing the incoming president the best of luck and go on to enjoy their lives by being active in charities and important causes they believe in. But not Obama. No, he intends on raising hell by helping to rebuild the Democrat Party by aiding in the development of a “whole new generation of talent” in the realm of political activism.

According to The Hill, Obama said in an interview with NPR:

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“What I am interested in is just developing a whole new generation of talent. There are such incredible young people who not only worked on my campaign, but I’ve seen in advocacy groups. I’ve seen passionate about issues like climate change or conservation, criminal justice reform, you know, campaigns for a livable wage, or health insurance, and making sure that whatever resources, credibility, spotlight that I can bring to help them rise up.”

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“That’s something that I think I can do well, I think Michelle can do well. That’s part of what makes me optimistic about our future because I know those young people are out there ready to lead, and when they start moving into more and more positions of authority, then I think the issues that I care most deeply about are going to be well served.”

Obama was asked if he would serve as something of a “talent scout” to rebuild the Democrat Party:

“Well, not only a talent scout but I think also, you know, a coach, a friend, somebody who can build on the incredible work that has already been done by young people and that to a large degree was responsible for getting me elected.”

You can watch the entire interview right here. You can skip to the 8:00 minute mark.

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YouTube video courtesy of NPR

In a wide-ranging exit interview, NPR’s Steve Inskeep asks President Obama about Russian interference in the U.S. election, executive power, the future of the Democratic party and his future role.

Ben Marquis at Conservative Tribune has more:

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As stated before, most former presidents leave town and partisan politics following their time in office, generally out of deference to their successor and the choice made by the American voters.

But Obama has proven to be unlike previous presidents in his own way, and will instead stay in D.C. to help attempt a rebuilding of the Democrat Party in the mold of his own left-wing progressive views, all the while serving as a thorn in the side of the Trump administration.

“Unlike other former POTUSs he’ll dedicate his post-presidential years to partisan activity. But he wasn’t partisan in office. Or something.”

Hopefully, that effort will prove to be about as successful as his other failed efforts throughout his presidency.

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