after you left the White House? Imagine being the President's wife or even being the President if you want. You're now told to vacate the office and move on with your life. The American people have spoken and think you/your hubby did a terrible job and someone else is taking your spot after just 4 years. You still have Secret Service following you and your family. You can't take any of the gifts you were given in the White House because they belong to the government and you can no longer take vacations on the tax payer $$. You also have to start paying for your travels, etc out of your own pocket.
So what would life be like for you?
Answer by okmanders at 8:56 PM on Oct. 23, 2012
This question reminds me of the smallest violin playing (no offense, OP).
Answer by 3libras at 3:07 PM on Oct. 23, 2012
I would think a relief. It's a lot of stress and responsibility. And criticism. You take a few months off and then start booking your speaking engagements.
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