Former President Obama spoke Wednesday at a community forum in Chicago where renderings of the his presidential library were unveiled.
FOX's Jeff Monosso reports:
During a reception on Chicago's South Side, drawings and a miniature model of former President Obama's planned library were revealed showcasing three buildings, including a sculptured tower and tree-lined walk ways that Mr. Obama estimates will be complete in about four years.
He also announced prior to that a personal $2 million donation to a summer job's program:
(Obama) "So that right away young people can get to work and we can start providing opportunities."
Obama didn't mention his successor, President Trump, instead focusing on the center, even answering the public's questions, including future traffic congestion in the area.
In Chicago, Jeff Monosso, FOX News.