Columbia University president Lee Bollinger implied that President Obama and his family could be moving to either Westchester or Fairfield after he leaves office in 2017 with comments made at yesterday's university convocation, the Columbia Spectator reports.
Bollinger told the audience that he was looking forward to welcoming back "our most famous alumnus... in 2017."
The White House released a statement affirming the Obama Foundation's desire to "maintain a presence" at the university, but that "no further developments" were made regarding the Obamas' future plans, according to the Spectator.
Obama is a 1983 graduate of the university.Click here to read the rest of the Columbia Spectator article.
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