New Neighbors Welcome The Obamas To Their New $4.3 Million D.C. Home After Their Two Week Island Vacation.
The Obamas have arrived back at their $4.3 million new Washington D.C. home after a well-earned break on Virgin billionaire Richard Branson’s private island.
The former first couple flew out of paradise on Thursday after ten days in the Virgin Islands – with no children and no work obligations.
They have now returned to their nine-bedroom home in the elite Kalorama neighborhood – which is just two blocks from Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s new $5.5million pad.
Their beaming smiles as the boarded the jet on the isle or Tortuga were a far cry from the tensions left behind in Washington DC, where President Trump on Thursday eased a sanction on Russia, said he wouldn’t rule out military action against Iran, insulted the U.S. deal with Australia, and started the National Prayer breakfast with a prayer for Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Apprentice ratings.