Former President Barack Obama has reportedly welcomed longtime confidante Valerie Jarret into his brand new D.C. home, where the pair plans to plot an insurgency against President Donald Trump.
Barack is reportedly turning his home, a $5.3 million Kaloroma mansion he will be living in with his wife and youngest daughter, into the command center of a plan to oust Trump from the White House by either resignation or impeachment.
Jarrett, a longtime best friend and adviser to the former president and Michelle Obama, will live in the house with the family to help spearhead the plan as well as his return to politics. Jarrett lived in the White House with the Obama family, and was reportedly one of the most trusted individuals in his circle over the past eight years.
"No longer the most powerful man in the world, he was just observing Trump and not liking what he saw," a source close to the family said. "He was weary and burned out after eight years in office. But Valerie convinced him that he didn't have any choice if he wanted to save his legacy. And, as usual, he bowed to Valerie's political wisdom and advice."
Barack, who doesn't "make a decision" without Jarrett's input, is keen on getting rid of Trump, whose policies he reportedly despises.
"He is going to use his immense popularity with the half of the country that identifies as liberals and progressives," the source told the Daily Mail.
"Millions of Americans are energized and ready to take to the streets to oppose Trump, but they need to be organized and have their anger focused and directed. Obama is dismayed at the way Trump is tearing down his legacy -- ObamaCare, the social safety net and the welcome mat for refugees he put in place."
Barack's impending plans to oust Trump come as news that the Obama administration left a trail for investigators that led to them discovering contact between Russia and the Trump administration.
Officials, The Hill reported, worked with Dutch and British allies to gain information about meetings with the Trump administration pre-inauguration and Russian government figures.
A report released by the intelligence community showed that Russian President Vladimir Putin pushed for a campaign to help Trump get into the White House.
"This situation was serious, as is evident by President Obama's call for a review -- and as is evident by the United States response," Obama administration spokesperson Eric Schultz said. "When the intelligence community does that type of comprehensive review, it is standard practice that a significant amount of information would be compiled and documented."