President Barack Obama is looking ahead to life after he leaves the White House.
In a new interview aired during Monday’s “The Daily Show”, the U.S. President sat down with host Trevor Noah to discuss what’s next after his tenure is over.
Speaking about what he’ll do once his presidency comes to an end, Obama tells Noah, “I think it is important for me to recharge. I think it’s important for me to reflect.” He also adds with a laugh, “It’s important for me to get back in my wife’s good graces and take a decent vacation, and spend some time with her.”
While Obama might be planning to take his first real breather in eight years, he also notes that he’ll still be paying attention to what Donald Trump’s incoming government will do – and will speak out if needed: “There may be occasions where, even in the first year, if I think core values of ours are being threatened, I will [say something].”