Sean Hannity offers to pay for Obamas' one-way trip to Kenya

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On Tuesday, Sean Hannity offered to cover the costs if the Obamas agree to take a one-way trip out of the U.S.

The Fox News personality left the destination up to them, but specifically mentioned Kenya, Canada, and Jakarta, where, noted Hannity, the president "went to school back in the day."

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As for travel arrangements, Hannity said during the radio broadcast of the 'Sean Hannity Show' that he would, "...charter Donald Trump's plane if he'll let me."

He further promised to stock the aircraft with, "...the finest food ― caviar, champagne, you name it," but also noted, "I have one stipulation: You can't come back."

That offer came after Press Secretary Josh Earnest said, in a response to a question about Obama possibly moving abroad if Trump wins, "He's working very hard to make sure that nobody has to leave the country..."

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