A sluggish economic recovery and stratospheric gasoline prices have impacted the lifestye of President Barrack Obama and his family. The presidential mansion was recently sold to billionaire Donald Trump for an undisclosed price.
Trump and Obama met this morning on the White House lawn for a beer brunch and answered questions from the media. President Obama said selling the home is "precisely what we need to jump start the economy."
When asked what he plans to do with the property, Trump said "I want to turn this place into a world class casino and hotel.
Though the new presidential residence is considerably smaller than the one in Washington D.C., President Obama is optimistic about the new living arrangement.
"We will adapt and do just fine", said the president. Following the beer brunch, Obama turned cheerleader and led all present in a spirited chant of "Yes We Can, Yes We Can."