President Barack Obama reacts as he misses a shot while golfing on the first hole at Farm Neck Golf Club in Oak Bluffs, Mass., on the island of Martha's Vineyard on Sunday, Aug. 11, 2013. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
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For Barack Obama, there's a presidential library to build, hundreds of millions of dollars to raise, causes to champion and a book to write.Obama's next chapter starts Friday when he becomes an ex-president.Obama has said he has plenty of ideas for how his party can revive itself, but after eight years as president, his role will be to offer guidance, not to micromanage.Though Obama has yet to fully settle his plans, four individuals familiar with Obama's thinking said over the last year that he's discussed post-presidency arrangements with Emanuel, a leading talent executive.It's unclear whether Obama will sign with Ari Emanuel. Emanuel didn't respond to a request for comment.Whatever direction he chooses, Obama will not be pressed financially. It won't be long until Obama and his wife start raising money for the Barack Obama Foundation, which is developing his presidential library and center in Chicago.
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