Obama, first lady Michelle still unlikely to return full time to Chicago after the White House

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WASHINGTON – Every sign points to President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle not taking up full-time residence in Chicago after they leave the White House in January, 2017.

We know the Obamas are fond of his native Hawaii, Palm Springs and New York.

I wrote a column how the first couple may not return to Chicago post-presidency last May, after the announcement that they will locate their presidential center on Chicago’s South Side.

In case you missed it, click HERE for the link.

The Washington Post has a story in the Friday paper about how unlikely it is the first couple will return to Chicago.

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