It’s really hard to believe Barack will write this one himself. After all, it ‘s been rumored that he didn’t write his first book but got help from his mentor Bill Ayers.

Ayers even joked about it but is it true?

 It should take too long to write a memoir on his 8 years in the White House. We’ve already seen the huge difference in Obama vs Trump. President Trump has already run circles around Obama and he hasn’t even been in office for 100 days.


Barack Obama is apparently planning to write his memoir about his time in the White House while staying on a South Pacific private island once owned by legendary actor Marlon Brando. The cost to stay at the island is 10K a night!

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After signing a multi-million dollar book deal with Penguin Random House alongside his wife, Michelle, the former president is now set to write his memoir while staying on the exclusive island of Tetiaroa, the Washington Post reported.
The island is part of the Society Islands in French Polynesia and is an atoll composed of a dozen small islands surrounding a lagoon about 30 miles northeast of Tahiti.
It once served as a summer residence for former chiefs and kings of Tahiti until Brando purchased it in 1967 after falling in love with its beauty while filming ‘Mutiny on the Bounty’ in 1962 on the nearby islands of Tahiti and Moorea.

It’s unclear if the former president will be joined by his wife during his stay on the island or exactly when he plans to travel back to Tetiaroa.

Read more: Daily Mail

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