From the May 26 edition of Fox News' Your World with Neil Cavuto:
NEIL CAVUTO (HOST): Ben, good to see you, what do you make of this? How does that play into things if the former president is within two miles of the new president?
BEN STEIN: I don't think I'd like it if I were the new president, I think Mr. Obama is going to be interfering, he'll be a busybody. It's a beautiful neighborhood. I know the neighborhood extremely well, Kalorama is one of the most absolutely most beautiful urban neighborhoods in the world and I congratulate him on choosing such a beautiful neighborhood. But, for the next president, he'll be essentially looking over his shoulder all the time. Obama will be trying to be in the limelight. The guy is essentially a super narcissist and this is more proof of it.
CAVUTO: Yeah, this isn't really narcissistic, though, about staying in the area just so your little girl can finish high school. I mean, it would be narcissistic of he didn't, right?
STEIN: Yeah, there's nothing narcissistic about it at all. The fact that no other president has done it since the end of World War I, that doesn't show anything unusual, does it?
CAVUTO: See, I think you're being very negative. I think he's being a good dad, he wants to be there and stay in the neighborhood when she graduates, that's fine. You see things a little more cynically, that's fine.
STEIN: No, I don't see it cynically, I see a guy who cannot bear to leave the limelight.
I think he is a narcissist, he loves the limelight, he loves attention, he loves to be thought of as the cool kid in school -- wants to be thought of as the cool kid in school, and he's going to try to be the coolest guy in Washington and it's going to be a major problem for whoever is the president.