U.S. President Barack Obama says he'll be an engaged, active citizen after he leaves office. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. President Barack Obama gave a brief glimpse of his potential future plans after the presidency during his remarks at a dinner held by the nonprofit Organizing for Action in Washington on Monday. "I will still hold the most important office in our democracy, and that is the office of citizen," Obama said. He joked that the main difference between now and when he leaves the White House will be that he'll be able interact with the publicly more easily. "I'll get a chance to visit you more often because it won't be such a hassle for me to move around."