Though President Barack Obama is staying in Washington after he leaves the White House in January, the soon-to-be-former president will emulate his predecessors in keeping a lower profile in terms of weighing in on issues of presidential importance.
In a clip from a forthcoming “60 Minutes” story aired Friday on “CBS This Morning,” senior adviser Valerie Jarrett was asked by Norah O’Donnell what it would be like to have the former president and his successor living in the same city.
“President Obama will be the former president. And he’ll be a citizen just like everybody else. And he’ll behave accordingly. Of that, I’m sure,” Jarrett said.
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