President Obama will keep a low profile in Washington after he leaves office, senior adviser Valerie Jarrett said in a "60 Minutes" clip published Friday. 


"President Obama will be the former president, and he will be a citizen just like everybody else, and he will behave accordingly, of that I'm sure," Jarrett said. 

Obama will remain in Washington after his presidency so his youngest daughter, Sasha, can finish school at the prestigious Sidwell Friends School. 

"One of the things I would compliment President Bush for — and not just President Bush, but several members of his team as well, who have said to me, 'We had our eight years and now we owe you silence,' " Jarrett said. 

"And I think that's the way the president will behave in terms of Washington. But does that mean that he has a platform on which he can do great good around our country and around the world? Sure. But he will leave being the president to the new president."