Former President Obama speaks live in Chicago, first public appearance since January




President Barack Obama is done with his well-deserved vacation and is scheduled to make his first public appearance since he left office in January. Obama will speak about organizing the community and civic engagement at the University of Chicago at noon, ET.

This will be the first of many appearances that the 44th U.S. President has planned.

He is not expected to address the policies of his successor, President Donald Trump, even as Trump continues his efforts to reverse the key remnants of Obama’s time in office, according to The New York Times.

 

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