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Posted on 06/15/2019 4:00:18 PM PDT by COUNTrecount
Presidential week in Provence: Obamas arrive in south of France on private jet for vacation at $60,000-a-week, 18th century farmhouse - just days after Sasha graduated from high school
Former US president Barack Obama and his family arrived in Avignon, in south of France on Friday The Obamas are reportedly staying at a luxurious 18th century farmhouse Bathelasse island The seven-bedroom property called Le Mas des Poiriers, was rented at 55,000 euros for the week
The main house features seven double bedrooms, a family room with large windows that allow for natural light illuminate the lavishly decorated space.
It also has a big farmhouse style kitchen with a large family dining table in the centre.
The family will no doubt also continue birthday celebrations for Sasha who turned 18 last Monday.
She was pictured in her Class of 2019 photo wearing a white dress after graduating from Sidwell, Washington DC's most elite private high school, which costs $40,000 per year, on Sunday.
Barack, Michelle and Malia were photographed sitting down in the stands and later mingling among the other families in attendance.
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Now that Sasha graduated, I hope they will finally move from their unofficial political headquarters in Washington, D.C., and stop behind-the-scenes politicking. I’m just afraid they might move to California where Netflix is located. Ugh.
Le Mas des Poiriers
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As long as taxpayers aren’t paying for anything but security...I don’t care what they do...
Too good for Marthas vineyard.
Sasha was a bullshit excuse. They will never leave d.c. they should move to Hawaii.
Oh no! That’s discouraging. How is Obama going to work on his Netflix productions from way out there? Or is he just paid to put his name on a series?
How much is this costing the US taxpayer?
He lives such the typical Black American experience. I know all the Black dudes I knew in Wilmington, DE took private jets from their Hawaii mansions to stay in farm houses in France for 60K a week...
It’s Generationsl. Carter’s “Greatest Generation” vs the narcissism of Obama’s Gen X.
At least 8 years of cultural and economic downturn, plus the 20 years it will take to recover from the damage caused by the schmuck and schmuckette is my guess.
Great. We still pay for lavish vacations for the Worst Family.
Barry, Michael, Slasher, and Malaria.
I’m surprised the reptilian valjar and Mike’s mother isn’t there too.
Oh, I’ll bet the Riviera folks are happy to see them!!
This deserves an..... OMG.
Its bugged. Shh. Dont tell anyone.
That McMansion is supposed to be an “18th century farm house”?
LOL, damn those farmers were rich.
Stunning house. It’s been written up in one of the design magazines, Veranda I think.
I didn’t realize I could rent it, once I gather up $60K from the sofa cushions...
The only reason for the Carters to smile is because the obamas replaced him as worst president.
That’s so sad. Rosalyn was so attractive. She would have aged well without the bad plastic surgery
Does that farmhouse kitchen come with a chef? Or does Moochs’s mother have to cook for everybody?
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