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First Family To Stay In Washington After They Leave The White House
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First Family To Stay In Washington After They Leave The White House

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Obama says they're putting off a move when his term is up so Sasha can finish high school in Washington, D.C. It's been 95 years since a president stayed on in the nation's capital after his term.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne. It's common knowledge the best time to buy or sell a home is in spring because parents are thinking about getting their kids settled in school or staying there, including the first parents. President Obama said yesterday they're putting off a move when his term's up so Sasha can finish high school. It's been 95 years since a president's stayed on in Washington after his term, but of course, there have been few high school-aged kids in the White House. You are listening to MORNING EDITION.

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