WORLD’S MOST FAMOUS VICTIMS Purchase Stunning Number Of Luxury Homes…Not A Bad Payout For A Couple Who Divided Our Nation

The Obama’s have done more to damage the unity of our nation than any First couple’s before them. While the majority of America won’t likely admit it in public, most of us can’t wait for this divisive, complaining couple to move on. Barack Obama spent his entire career in politics. According to Celebrity Net Worth, the Obama’s are leaving the White House with a net worth as high as $12.2 million. In 1989, Ron and Nancy Reagan moved back to their modest ranch in Santa Barbara, California. After the “dead broke” Clinton’s stole furniture and other valuable items from our White House, they moved into a $1.7 million dollar mansion in Chappaqua, New York.  George W. and Laura Bush moved into a 8,500-square-foot home in Dallas, TX. The Bush’s also kept their modest ranch in Crawford, TX. It doesn’t look like the 5-star Obama’s, who will walk away from our White House after tearing our nation apart, will be cramping their style too much…

The Obamas are moving into a nine-bedroom mansion in the Kalorama section of Washington — the posh neighborhood of diplomats and DC old money — while younger daughter Sasha finishes high school at Sidwell Friends. But they have apparently been buying real estate elsewhere, too.

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According to sources, the Obamas have purchased a house in Rancho Mirage, Calif., not far from Sunnylands, the former Annenberg estate, which presidents use as a getaway and which is thought of as the unofficial West Coast Camp David.

Rancho Mirage, where Gerald Ford retired, is a top destination for golf — a favorite pastime of President Obama. The local daily newspaper, the Desert Sun, has reported rumors of such a sale for more than a year. But sources say now it’s a done deal. Via: NYP

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The Obamas, who also own a home in Chicago, will rent the  8,200-square-foot property while their youngest daughter, Sasha, finishes high school. –MG

 


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