The day is almost moving in the White House – and critics of President Donald Trump could not be happier with a sure sign of the administration’s impending departure: boxes.
Reuters photographer Erin scott captured a truck of unfolded boxes arriving at Eisenhower’s executive office building next to the White House, presumably to be filled with things as Trump employees make them exist:
Scott also took an image of workers leaving the West Wing with their boxes full:
Trump had never formally conceded his loss to President-elect Joe Biden, instead launching an endless series of post-election lawsuits, espousing wild conspiracy theories built around unproven allegations of fraud, and pressuring election officials to do so. “ find ” enough votes to overrule the results.
After last week’s violent attack on the US Capitol led by his supporters, he finally admitted that “a new administration will be inaugurated on January 20”.
He didn’t mention Biden by name.
The sight of the moving boxes in the White House drew criticism from Trump on social media:
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