Barack Obama will speak publicly for the first time since leaving office in his hometown of Chicago.
The Hill reported: Barack Obama will make the first public appearance of his post-presidency on Monday when he speaks at an event in his hometown of Chicago, his office said Friday.
It ends a three-month period of relative silence since Obama left office on Jan. 20, much of which he has spent on vacation in Palm Springs, Calif., on a Caribbean island with Richard Branson and an exclusive resort in French Polynesia.
Obama will participate in a town-hall style discussion with young people on “community organizing and civic engagement” at the University of Chicago, near the site of his planned presidential library.
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