President Barack Obama rented office space in Washington, D.C. Monday to be used after he leaves the White House in January 2017.
Two sources told The Washington Post that Obama will lease space in the World Wildlife Fund headquarters, located at 1250 24th Street NW.
The WWF building is located conveniently close to the Obamas soon-to-be-moved-into D.C. mansion, yet Obama spokeswoman Amy Brundage declined to confirm the Post’s scoop. (RELATED: The Swanky DC Mansion Where The Obamas Are Living Next)
“As a former president, President Obama will have office space in Washington, D.C., when he leaves office,” she offered.
A WWF spokesman declined to comment on the report. (RELATED: Obama’s New Mansion Is 1,000 Feet From The Islamic Center Of Washington, DC)
Obama previously stated the family intends to stay in D.C. until at least youngest daughter, Sasha, graduates from the Sidwell Friends School.