President Obama has published an essay, in which he identified the four economic challenges that he believes his successor must address.
FOX's Jon Decker has more from the White House:
The President's essay, which appears in the October 8 edition of The Economist, is, in effect, an open letter to his successor on how to navigate a time of voter dissatisfaction.
The President argues that politicians calling to put up walls and trade barriers are forgetting that when businesses remember the common good as well as profits, capitalism, he said, "has been the greatest driver of prosperity and opportunity the world has ever known."
The President also argued that America's next President needs to be even more aggressive in enacting measures to reverse the decades-long rise in inequality.
At the White House, Jon Decker, FOX News.