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The last we officially saw former President Barack Obama, was the day that Donald Trump officially became President of the United States.
Since then, we have seen Obama around New York City, having fun at the British Virgin Islands, taking selfies of Michelle Obama, and more.
After a much needed vacation, he’s returning to the public light on Monday (Apr 24). He’s giving a speech at the University of Chicago campus as he begins his post-presidency career.
According to the Chicago-Tribune, he will be heading to Boston on May 7 to receive the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award, then to Milan, Italy for a Global Innovation Food Summit. He’ll then visit Berlin, Germany on May 25 to meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
There’s no word on if he will mention anything from President Donald Trump’s current presidency or any of the words he said towards the former president.
Watch the speech below.