Former United States President Barack Obama once again surprised students by dropping in as a Santa. Getting along with the Christmas season, Obama visited Boys and Girls Club of D.C. to celebrate the holiday with local children handing out gifts. Dressed in a leather jacket topped off with a red Santa hat, Obama came with a huge bag of gifts. There were around 50 kids in the club whose joy knew no bounds on seeing Obama as Santa. Children cheered and greeted him with handshakes when he walked through the door with a big gift-wrapped green sack.

Barack Obama Met A Group Of High School Students And Left Everyone Surprised (Watch Video)

Barack Obama Met A Group Of High School Students And Left Everyone Surprised (Watch Video)

After the meeting, Obama took to Twitter sharing a picture with the children with the caption, “There’s no better time than the holiday season to reach out and give back to our communities. Great to hear from young people at the Boys & Girls Club in DC today.” Obama may not be in White House anymore, but that doesn’t stop him from meeting children and talking to them. He had similarly surprised students at McKinley Tech High school when he dropped in without prior notice.

Here is the tweet:

When Obama came as a Santa:

Now that he is off formal duties, he and Michelle have been actively participating in various causes and attending different events. Obama recently contributed his voice to the successful Doug Jones campaign for Senate. He also launched the Obama Foundation and has been attending events related to it. He currently lives in DC area where the family has bought a house in the Kalorama neighbourhood as their youngest daughter, Sasha is finishing her course at Sidwell Friends School in northwest Washington.