(USA TODAY) President Obama is probably thinking about life after the White House, but he is ruling out one option: Becoming a judge.
"When I got out of law school, I chose not to clerk," Obama told The New Yorker magazine in an interview. "Partly because I was an older student, but partly because I don't think I have the temperament to sit in a chamber and write opinions."
That's not unusual, Only one president -- William Howard Taft -- became a judge after working in the White House, becoming chief justice of the Supreme Court.
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