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Workers unload moving trucks at the White House, one week before Biden’s inauguration

Just one week before President-elect Joe Biden is set to be inaugurated, there were signs that moving day is approaching as workers outside the White House and Old Executive Office Building could be seen unloading and carrying out boxes on Wednesday (January 13).

Workers unloaded stacks of empty boxes from a truck parked in front of the Old Executive Office Building, which houses hundreds of offices of White House and federal officials, while several people were seeing loading boxes and other items from the West Wing into the trunk of nearby cars.

White House advisor Peter Navarro was also seen leaving the West Wing with a framed photograph of Trump’s meeting with Chinese President Xi Jingping in Washington.

President-elect Joe Biden will be inaugurated on January 20.

(Production: Erin Scott, Arlene Eiras)


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