When President Obama’s second term comes to an end in 2017, he says his youngest daughter Sasha will be the deciding factor in whether the family stays in Washington.
During a recent interview with ABC News, the commander in chief said “Sasha will have a big say in where we are,” seeing as the now 12-year-old will be a sophomore in high school, and oldest daughter Malia, now 15, will mostly likely be off to college. (Both girls attend Sidwell Friends School in northwest Washington.)
“So we’ve got to – you know we got to make sure that she’s doing well … until she goes off to college,” he said of his post-presidential plans.
The POTUS went on to say that no decisions have been made but hinted that moving his youngest child to another city in the middle of 10th grade may be challenging. “Because she’s, you know, obviously they – and Michelle – have made a lot of sacrifices on behalf of my cockamamie ideas, the running for office and things,” he shared.