Barack Obama is expected to offer a series of “warnings” directed squarely at President-elect Donald Trump in his final address to the American people.
After eight years in the White House, Obama will deliver his swansong from his adopted home city of Chicago at 9pm local time (2am in the UK) and although details are under wraps, aides have said it will be a “serious speech” and not a “rally”.
While he is likely to offer a defence of his signature “Obamacare” health insurance reforms and his record on the economy, the headline-making part is expected to be “a series of admonitions about the challenges we face moving forward”, according to a loyalist.
Watch Obama drop mic at final White house correspondence dinner 2016:
Farewell President Barack, you made history.