Obama Vacation Home Hits The Market For A Prize That Will Make Your Blood Boil

It looks like while Obama was president, he and his family have spent a staggering amount of vacations reaching higher than $85 million.

Even though millions of Americans were struggling just to put food on the table, the Obamas spent our money to enjoy their lavish vacations!

The Obama’s spend the last 8 years giving nothing to the American people and spend a lot in return.

President Barack Obama’s vacation travel costs during his eight-year presidency have totaled more than $96 million.

Now their vacation home hits the market for a huge prize!

From Fox News:

The Martha’s Vineyard estate rented by former President Barack Obama and his family in summer 2013 is up for sale for a cool $17.75 million, the Observer reports.

According to the listing on Sotheby’s, the stunning 7,000 square foot “presidential paradise”, known as Chilmark House, boasts six bedrooms and five full baths across nine-and-a-half wooded acres with beachfront views.

Situated 120 feet above the Atlantic Ocean, Chilmark House features panoramic ocean views, oak and limestone floors, oversized wood burning fireplaces, skylights and a top of the line kitchen, Sotheby’s notes. In addition, a private gym, two-bedroom guest cottage, and three private beach lots accessible by boat add to the home’s luxury.

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Jeffrey Wernz
Jeffrey Wernz
6 years ago

Will they accept food stamps?