SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) --Former President Barack Obama arrived at Mineta San Jose International Airport Sunday. It's his first visit to the Silicon Valley since he left the White House.
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The reasoning behind the former president's trip to the Bay Area is not clear, but that didn't stop some San Jose residents from a hoping to get a glimpse of Mr. Obama.
"He's the first President I ever voted for and I'm just really excited if I get to see him today," said Juan Aguirre.
"He's a transformational figure a good one and he's definitely missed," a resident told ABC7 News.
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On Sunday, Obama flew into San Jose after spending the day with Warren Buffet in Omaha. That was also a pretty low key affair, they shared lunch at a country club and there were no comments to local media.
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